Finally! This post is long overdue, but I've finally found the time to get myself some craft glue and complete this project, and to post this up!
These yummy looking miniatures are made of air-dry clay - no baking needed! I think just this fact alone is really great because there's so much less hassle, and it feels really good to work with. (not that I have had any experience with polymer clay to compare with...)
Which is your favorite? Mine's the baguette. From the moment I started making it (which was the first among the six), I fell in love with it, even after the set is done.
The kiwi danish took more time and effort to make, plus the glossy part needed extra time to dry. So Pei Li packed them up for me and I glued them on after it was dry.
I thought the aging of the board was quite challenging because I wanted it to look natural. In my honest opinion, it's not as good as I wanted it to be. You should take a look at Pei Li's!
I love every part of this project.
To thank her for the enjoyable workshop she conducted for me, I sent her a pouch :) (silly me, I didn't even take a nice photo of it before sending it out, and have to borrow it from her blog, hee hee)