|Miniature baked goods|
They were so tiny I had to use a magnifying glass and reading glasses to make them. I rolled a snake of polymer clay; cut it into tiny bits, rolled the bits into balls, squashed them a bit with my finger, and poked a hole in the center with a toothpick.
Youtube tutorial from SugarCharmShop
to make the donuts. I LOVE her tutorials; she does amazing work.
|Mini dog biscuits|
My mini dog treats need work, lol.
|Mini bake shop in progress|
I love the way the potted plant shows through the window in this picture; looks like a tree outside, lol. I really need to make some curtains, shelves, chairs, posters, cash register, and figure out where to put the display case. I like it angled like this for photos but don't think I want it there permanently. I should have drawn a photo of my ideas for the place before beginning rather than just make things and try to figure out where to put them later, lol. Live and learn :-).
Sadie is taking time to relax from baking by testing out the new chairs. She thinks they're uncomfortable because she can't fully bend her legs when she sits in them; the seat is too low. (I found the chairs at a dollar store in Guelph 4 years ago. I wish our dollar store carried minis.)
Rufus is very happy with his dog treat! He can't wait to eat it.
Sadie can't decide if she likes the white rainbow cake or the chocolate rainbow cake better.
On a side note, yesterday was April Fool's day and my 84 year old Uncle Buck always plays April Fools jokes on me. Yesterday I decided to trick him for once. He loves sweets, but is diabetic so he's not supposed to have them often. Yesterday I told him I was sending over a special cake that had no fat and no sugar. I gave my Dad one of my tiny mini chocolate cakes to give to my uncle, and my Dad carefully wrapped it in a tissue and put it in his pocket. I wish I could have been there to see my uncle's face when he got his cake, lol. My Dad said he cracked up laughing. Later, when I talked to him on the phone, he said he laughed, but he loves the little cake and is going to make a pedestal for it so he can display it.