Thursday, October 21, 2010


1. The Candy Shoppe
2. Crochet N Clay
3. Lampshades n' Lollipops
4. Mr.Nadavik Jewelries & Miniatures
5. Summergerine
6. Vesper Miniatures

More information about the sellers can found on the right panel of the blog. All the sellers have sweet and yummy shops, check them out!

Monday, October 18, 2010

Monday Mini Food Artist: Gabiscuits

This week's Featured Mini Food Artist is Gaby of Gabiscuits!

From her shop profile: Jewelry and accessories created by a girl who loves all the delicious, sweet, chocolate, sugarness and fantastic stuff...

Stop by and visit her great Etsy shop!

Friday, October 15, 2010

Friday Fake Food Question

Recently, I made my first attempt at a confetti cake with whipped icing. After two attempts I was successful, but in between getting out my clay and finishing the earrings and charm, I:

-Made a mess with my icing
-Nearly crushed my cake slices putting in the eyepins
-Whined a lot
-Almost cried

What's your biggest fake food jewelry disaster/catastrophe? I'm sure we'd all love to hear some funny stories!

Thursday, October 7, 2010


Mmm, chocolate! And it's certainly the time of year for lots of it, isn't it?

1. Lampshades n' Lollipops
2. PetitPlat Food Art
3. Little Time Wasters
4. Stuff... for People
5. Miss Millificent's World

More information about the sellers can found on the right panel of the blog. All the sellers have sweet and yummy shops, check them out!

Monday, October 4, 2010

Monday Mini Food Artist: Fatally Feminine

This week's Featured Mini Food Artist is Aubree of Fatally Feminine!

From her shop profile: My name is Aubree, and I am the 21 year old sole owner and designer of Fatally Feminine Designs. During the day, I go to college full time studying business. During the afternoon and evening I design and create jewelry. Sometimes it can be hard to balance my time!

I love fashion and accessories and have always loved creating, so I guess it was natural that I would end up designing. I started doing full time jewelry design a little over a year ago, but I have been making jewelry since I was about 12. I have done a little experimenting with almost every jewelry technique out there, and took a few metalwork classes in high school.

But metalwork just isn't my passion and requires a lot of resources that I just don't have. I have become really passionate about polymer clay. It is amazing the things you can do with it. It continually keeps me motivated. I also love vintage jewelry and vintage jewelry findings. I create with a mixture of vintage and new.

I draw inspirations from Japan and Japanese culture. I love all things Kawaii and Lolita. I also love creating sweet treats jewelry and anything with cupcakes! ;)

Stop by and visit her great shop!

Friday, October 1, 2010

October Miniature Food Jewelry Team Challenge: Halloween!

It's time for another challenge, and this month it's "Halloween"! There are plenty of fun ways to dress up regular food for this fun and spooky holiday. Meatballs made to look like eyeballs, brain cupcakes, or you could just go cute with ghostie cookies or smiling Jack O' Lantern earrings. Let's see what you can come up with!

And now, for the rules:
1. Members have until October 30th to make their Halloween food jewelry and/or accessories.
2. Please tag your creation with "10mfjechallenge" when you list it in your shop.
3. On the 31st of October, the challenge results will be revealed here on the blog.

Boooo to you, and Happy Halloween!