Learn how to sculpt a variety of spooky dollhouse miniature Halloween foods, such as Frankencake, witch's brew punch, jack o' lantern pie, caramel apples, and many more.
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This full-color, 69-page eBook is packed with step-by-step instructions for making a variety of spooky snacks for your dollhouse, from bloody red velvet cake to pretzel ladies' fingers! See the second photo above for the complete table of contents.
There is also a detailed Basic Techniques section, which outlines important methods for coloring, baking, varnishing, and gluing your polymer clay pieces, plus an overview of important tools that you can make and buy to help you with your miniature food projects.
Also included are full-color printables for vintage Halloween cards and posters, candy wrappers, and Halloween pastry boxes in which to display your finished foods, and complete instructions for using/assembling the printables are contained in the book.
You'll also find an illustrated supply guide listing my favorite brands and online suppliers, plus an inspiration gallery of spooky photos to get your started on your projects.
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Posted by Unknown on 10th Jul 2014
These treats are so real! I really like how the projects using resin also have separate instructions for using scenic water. The picture of the mice at the end in Halloween costumes made the book even better.
Posted by Sue Brauer on 19th Oct 2013
. Love your book is so detailed with good and clear pictures. I have never used so much translunct (tlc) before but liked to look after it baked. Can't wait for your next book.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Aug 2013
I simply could not have been happier with the info and quality in this tutorial. I am going to order more in the future. I highly recommend all of "Mouse's" products. I also bought a mold which I LOVE!