Sunday, March 30, 2008


And here are the breads I finished today.

Mini Cakes

I completed the series of mini cakes this week.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Fruit Tarts

Can I entice you with some fruit tarts?

I am hoping that the miniature shop owner would like them...

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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

I completed this over the weekend, but because I love details, so I will be working on it somemore. Just 2 wooden trays and probably a lace table cloth on top. :)

I will take a photo of it again during the weekend, when I get some sunlight!

Meanwhile I can't wait to share it here.

Top Shelf: Strawberry cake, Mango slice served with mango sauce and chocolate flakes

2nd Shelf: Roses in Canister, strawberry slice

Bottom Shelf: Star Shape Flaky Pastry with sugar and chocolate, green tea mini cake

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Tea at Cookie Museum

Saturday was well spent. I went to a fabric shop with Aya. I haven't went there since they moved, and well I was looking for more victorian, shabby chic styled fabrics, but I didn't see any that caught my eye. But I saw 2 pretty brass charms which can be made into miniatures interior decoration, so I bought them! I will post a picture later when I have made moulds out of them!

After the fabric shop, we went tea at The Cookie Museum. Formerly, it was known as The V Tea House. We had a nice time enjoying tea and here are some pictures.

I have busy with multiple projects at the same time. At the same time, I'm also experimenting with lots of things. I am also in the midst of seriously getting/setting up an e-commerce site.

Here is my recent work. My first attempt to make a little window.

I may possibly add more to the exterior wall, but I just need some terra cotta paint which I can't get it here right now.

Sunday, March 2, 2008

Antique White Cake Display Shelf

This acrylic cake display shelf is certainly no mean feat. I certainly would not recommend this to beginners. There is a whole lot of carpentry work to be done. Cutting, sandpapering, measuring, painting. It took me 8 hrs to complete it. Cutting the acrylic sheet is tedious and took about 1 hour alone. Aya-san said she was surprised I could work on it 3 hours straight with no breaks in between. (That's how I ended up having a sore back!)

It was hard work, but I love the end results. It looks so lovely.

The cake was just a test to see how many cakes I could put in there. Now I can't wait to fill it up with yummy goodies.
This measures 7.3cm (height) x 8.5cm (breath)