Monday, November 22, 2010

Cutie Poop: Freebie Winner

Yay! We have a winner!

But first I want to thank all those who joined my first freebie contest, both from Blogger and Deviant Art.

My son helped in drawing the lucky winner.

...and the winner is (...drum roll...) englishmanslady!!!

I had fun doing this freebie contest, and so I decided to do another one (or perhaps on a regular basis!) So please visit my blog often, and check for my new freebies. Who knows, you might win something as cute next time! ;)

...and to Ms. englishmanslady, please don't forget to send me your details! :)

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Cutie Poop Freebie

***UPDATE: Freebie Contest officially CLOSED! The lucky winner will be announced later!

Aren't they the cutest poop? ...and I'm giving away one!

Crafted using plaster of paris.

Just leave a comment along with your email addy... re-blogging about this freebie is not required but will be very much appreciated.

DeviantArt members may simply leave their comments on my DA Deviation page.

The lucky winner will be drawn on the 20th of Nov., and will be informed through email.

Don't forget to leave your email address and Good Luck!

***UPDATE: Freebie Contest officially CLOSED! The lucky winner will be announced later!

New Christmas Ornaments

I finally finished my French Macaron ornaments and some Christmas Cookie ornaments. They're up on my Etsy shop. Oreo Cookie ornaments and mini Cupcake ornaments are also back for the holiday! let's make another sweet Christmas! :)

Mr. Muffin Man pencil holder.

...because I was bored, I crafted him ...out of plaster of paris! :p

Friday, September 24, 2010

Macaron Ornaments: Work in Progress

This is what i was doing before I got sidetracked by my current obsession on miniature clay rice crafting. I hope to finish these ornaments before November.

I still need to add ribbons, and make other batches in different colors.

Got Kanin?

Last night, I was sidetracked from working on my fake macaron ornaments for Christmas (...I'm way behind my deadline!) Anyways, I took a break and went to surf the net. As usually, I surfed for fake food crafts and miniature foodie. I found this works
by littlecatwhitewhite. She makes amazing doll house food miniatures. I'm particularly impressed by how she made the miniature rice.

miniature rice images courtesy of littlecatwhitewhite

After drooling over those creations, my A.D.D. kicked in. I have to stop whatever I'm doing, so i can start making those miniature rice myself. I searched for tutorials that have the same output quality ...alas, there's none. Those few I found where not so reali
stic, and others are even funny looking.

Littlecatwhitewhite offers such course which I cannot afford and I'm miles away. Also, she used Japanese resin clay which I don't have at the moment, and never have tried using before.

...But I have to make those! ...NOW!

So I settled for whatever is on my craft stash ...polymer clay! And here is my first attempt and what I've made so far (just last night):

Not bad for a first attempt, huh? Hehe. Anyways, there's still room for improvements and I need to get my hands on those Japanese resin clay.

Ok, back to my ornaments! :p

Monday, May 24, 2010

How to ice cakes and cupcakes!

Whether icing real or fake cakes and cupcakes, the techniques in these videos are of great help!

Saturday, May 8, 2010

S'mores Faux Cupcakes

...This is all for now! :)

S'mores Faux Cupcakes available at

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

PRESS: Romantic Homes Magazine April 2010 issue

Hello everyone! It's been a while since my last post. Among other things, I've been very busy with my work. My schedule is quite toxic and I have no days off, leaving me no time for crafting! :p

Anyways, I just want to share my excitement after seeing a couple of photos of my work in Romantic Homes Magazine. My work was credited in Romantic Homes Magazine April 2010. Yay! I only made it in the "Letters to the Editor" section. But what the heck! It's still is Romantic Homes Magazine after all.