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Sunday, January 27, 2013

Dollhouse Miniature Waffles


This week we will be concluding our series of breakfast foods for the dollhouse. Don't worry we will cover more breakfast items in the future I just want to move on for a while and do some other things. I think I have given you plenty of choices for now as far as breakfast items go.

We are once again using the mixture of equal parts translucent clay and white clay that mixed up a while back. I told you I use this mixture in a lot of foods. I am taking the easy way out as far as forming the waffles in that I am using the metal mini waffle maker that I purchased. I really recommend going this route for these. It takes a lot of the guess work out of the process and saves you a lot of work. If you don't want to buy one of these or can't get one then you can spend some time to carve out the first waffle bake it off and then use it to make a mold using the some Amazing Mold Putty (or a similar product) Also check for items around the house and everywhere else that look like either a waffle or the grid of a waffle maker. I know I have seen buttons in the past with that type of design on them.

As with most bread type products we will give the waffles a baked look with layers of artist chalks. Start with a light golden yellow and work up to some light touches of brown for accent. Remember you can always add more color but it is next to impossible to remove it once it is there.

If you want to add some butter to your waffles I recommend using a combination of pale yellow clay and some TLS for that. I didn't choose to do that on mine but there is no reason you have to skip it.

For my syrup I used some Amber Gallery Glass this time. It is a simple way to replicate the syrup and I always have it on hand. 










 

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for sharing so many great tutorials, I've added links to many of them to my tutorials lists at http://mslists.blogspot.com/

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