I could tempt you with dainty sugared violets on orange flavored cupcakes and a few tangy lemon bars?
( fimo nail ornaments, Air dry clays, beads, chalk and assorted paints and glitter)
still not sure?
|(You can think it over while I read my mail.)|
|How about trying a slice of home-made mile high raspberry cream pie?|
(made from air dry clay and assorted mixes of paint mediums.)
|My latest kitchen creation of lemon custard cream cake; |
(made with air dry clay, and rich and creamy, pencil erasers)
|Could I interest you in sampling some open-faced sandwiches, made from ADC ( air dried clay), styrofoam, silica beads, seeds, erasers, paints and some of my rescued Fimo Fails; |
the boiled egg (with real black pepper),
and thinnly sliced fimo tuna.
|Why not try some Big "juicy?" concord grapes, which have been kicking around in my collection for years. |
( they might even be raisins by now)
(seeds, erasers, styrofoam, dense plastic, and silica beads, paints, chalks and glues, make up this culinary composition.)
|Fatima's mouth-watering fimo sausage is a big feature on this rustic board along with my bread, cheese and jar of jelly |
and below is a jelly jar left-over from
my very first blog tutorial;
"The Pony Bead Express" .....
it's now famous!
|Isn't it amazing when you think of the origins of some of the strange materials we use to make our miniatures out of? |
Hopefully, they don't stay looking like what they came from, but rather like what they are suppose to represent.
I took some more photos so that you can have a good
look-see at the individual cheese boards.
I am quite pleased with the way they all turned out.
|Fatima's sausage slices, featured both on the open-faced cheese sandwich above and|
on the cheese board below
|These were lots of fun to make and I may eventually make some more, |
since I have a ton more
Lots of past experiments still waiting patiently in the wings.
But just before you go, I would like to show you my very
at the Seattle Show.
It is a garden trug!
(the cabbage roses are mine)
I bought it;
But then, I lost it,
and didn't even realize, that I had lost it, even when it was broadcast over the P.A., that a parcel was found and would the rightful owner come and claim it.
I heard them say it,
but I didn't think that I had lost anything, that is, not until much later that same Saturday evening after the show was over for the day.
"Where did I put that garden trug?"
I've lost it!!!!
then there I was Racing back down to the hotel lobby and hoping against hope, that it had been turned in.
AND IT WAS!
God Bless the person who found it and then turned it in;
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!
I would like to extend a personal invitation
to that very special person,
to share in a cup of tea with me here in the garden.
I have already set a comfy place just for you.
It's all ready
| And, yes, I'm serving the Dessert, FIRST! :D|