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Sunday, December 9, 2012

Dollhouse Miniature English Muffins


This week I decided to show you how to make some English muffins to go along with the breakfast foods for the dollhouse. These are another simple project that is made with polymer clay. I am using Fimo again this week, only three colors needed: white, translucent and golden yellow, the same colors we used last week for the fried eggs.

I would imagine you have noticed how often I use the basic clay mixture of equal parts white and translucent clay. It is so basic to so many things we make in clay that I try to keep a large batch mixed up and ready to go. When I find a sale on clay I buy a block of each of the two colors and mix the blocks together. Just be sure your work area is perfectly clean (you don't want to ruin 2 entire blocks of clay even if they were on sale). I then store the mixed clay in a well marked zip lock plastic bag. It is so nice to be able to just pull off the amount of pre-mixed clay that I need for a project.

On a side note if you noticed my son whistling in the background please comment either here or on the comment section of the video. He doesn't believe me that it came through on the video. LOL

Be sure to make a few extra mini English muffins because I am going to use them in the next couple of weeks as the base for some more breakfast items.


I love to take pictures of the mini with the real thing.

Breakfast is coming along nicely!


 

2 comments:

  1. Awe, they look so good! Also the mixing idea is a wonderful idea! By the way i did hear whistling in the video! After watching the video i read my blogs, I had the awe ha moment like some kind of detective. :)
    Well have a wonderful day, love Sarah

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  2. Un fantastico trabajo y una buena idea fotografiar los dos tamaños.
    besitos ascension

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