Sunday, July 26, 2009

'choc-cheese-crumb' cheesecake tarts.

Blogger has been down for so many days, but FINALLY i've been able to solve the problem
and am reviving the blogshop again! :)

Here's my belated serving of 'Triple Cs, choc-cheese-crumb' cheesecake tarts.

A serving of chilled cheesecake with a graham cracker crust served with a rich pour of velvety chocolate sauce.

A trio of fresh raspberries and a sprig of mint leaves sit atop the dessert.

i spent DAYS rolling the little tiny raspberries, blueberries and blackberries. :) They are EXTREMELY tiny, about 2mm across.

Triple Cs, choc-cheese-crumb is 12th scale by the way (meaning that for it is 12 times smaller than the size of the real-life version), and is NOT EDIBLE as it's entirely made out of polymer clay. :) It measures 1cm in diameter across the cake.

Some may wonder why do I keep making all of these miniature goodies, as they may look pretty sitting on a table but has no real practical use. WELL, all of the mini foods I'm making will be eventually made into jewelry and other useful items! (which I'm keeping a secret for now. :))

So stay tuned for that when it happens, and I am also on the search for a bazaar stall/cart to showcase my items. Anyone with offers for that are welcome to email me! :)

It is nearing the end of July, meaning it is close to the end of my vacation! :) So, I'm open to all new orders and do keep them coming into my mailbox at!

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Nutty Carrot Cake

I'm back from Brisbane!

The shop is still on vacation mode, so I wouldn't be processing any customisations. HOWEVER, that doesn't mean I've been unproductive! :)

Nutty Carrot Cake

This is specially for the kids! - a delightful mix of nuts and sweet carrots and thickly glazed with cream cheese frosting. Kids would be thrilled with the fun carrot shape and its crispy crunch!

Japanese Butter Cake

Fluffy cake with a buttery fragrance!

Hazelnut Cream Trio

Delightful trio of dark chocolate, milk chocolate and hazelnut cream cake, with a chocolate glaze topped with a lightly roasted hazelnut.

Simple Ol' Chips!

This is Australian-inspired, as we had this almost every other day! Over there, they call fries chips. Like, in fish and chips! :)