welcome to mini eats! I am a miniaturist who specializes in miniature food and food jewelry. get something sweet to nosh on, get comfy and enjoy your look around! :) enjoy!

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Friday, July 30, 2010

Giveaway Winner will be chosen Sunday, August 1st!!!

That's right! The giveaway winner will be chosen on Sunday, August 1st! Hurry! You still have time to refer some pals!


Thursday, July 29, 2010

Halloween? But it's only July...

Because Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday, I figured I should get started now...

Thursday, July 22, 2010



Here is the teeny, tiny cake I am going to giveaway! Here is how you enter the giveaway:

1. Refer 2 friends to this website.

2. Then, post here that you referred 2 friends. Your name will then be entered in the drawing for the tiny free cake.

3. Every time you refer two MORE friends and post it here, your name will be entered again!

4. More referrals= More chances of winning!

5. Then, on Thursday, July 29th I will put all the names of people who referred two friends (or more!) in a hat (I will take pictures of each step so you know there is no "funny business") and then I will pick just one amazingly beautiful winner!

Pssssst- When the tiny package is delivered to the winner, they may find more mini prizes in the giveaway than just the cake :) Sshhhh! Don't tell!

Allie :)

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

It's Wednesday and it's hot...still...

It's almost time for the giveaway!! Yeeee, I can hardly wait!

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Sunday, July 18, 2010

As I Come Up with a Giveaway...

I am going to be hosting a giveaway some time his week! Check back to see exactly when!

Friday, July 16, 2010

Ice Cream Cone Tutorial

Tools materials:
Dark brown polymer clay
Light brown polymer clay
X-acto knife
Tool with flat edge
Tool with bumpy sides (for the cone detail)

Step-by-step directions for:
Chocolate Ice Cream Cone

1. Make a small ball of brown clay. Roll the ball until its smooth and it is about ½ inch thick.

2. Roll out a small ball of light brown clay.

3. Push one side of the ball onto a hard surface. Create a triangular shape out of the clay. Roll and pinch as needed.

4. Using theX-acto knife, cut off the rounded edges.

5. Roll light brown clay on surface that resembles cone marks.

6. Roll brown clay around rough surface. I use sandpaper.

7. Push down on edges of ice cream all the way around.

8. Attach light brown ice cream and dark brown ice cream. Tah Dah!

Attach jewelry rings to make into charms for necklaces, bracelets and earrings.