Saturday, February 11, 2012

Sneezing on a Saturday morning { raspberry tartlet }

Because I'm uncreative at titles like that, and that is exactly what I'm doing. Sneezing I mean.

As much as I would have wanted to leave the workshop post on the top to remind everyone to REGISTER (you get to bring home a miniature basket of bread 'baked' by yourself, isn't that wonderful!!), I've decided that it's probably time to blog.

And when I say blog, I mean it. Usually I just write unfeeling descriptions of the photos I post, like hello this is a photo of my miniature cake, there are 320 chocolate balls on it and 78 cherries on it blah blah blah blah.

I've decided to get more personal with my readers. So be prepared to read more about my daily crafting life, and the joys and trials of being a full-time crafter. ♥

But erm, please allow me to insert another description of my photos - standard procedure, please forgive. 

So here are some miniature raspberry tarts I handsculpted a few weeks ago, jewelled gems decorating a rich chocolate tart.

I only have one last cake stand of this kind in stock, so the tartlets in the shop is the last one I'll be listing for a while. Nab it if you can! Of course it is still a pre-order item so you will need to wait 2 weeks while I 'bake' it fresh for you.

And another almost-forgotten work of mine -  A chocolate muffin ring commission, the customer also wanted the frosting of a pink skull on it.

It reminds me of one of the rings that Captain Planet would have, you know Earth Fire Wind and Water? Maybe it's the way I modelled it, with my fist in a punch.Well, people of my generation would know what I'm talking about. :/

Just one last week to my workshop!
There are still quite a number of people who had emailed me about registering, but had not paid. Please understand that I wouldn't be able to confirm your seat unless there is full payment, as I'll need to prepare materials and tools, and most importantly I would hate to have non-attendees deprive a sincerely interested participant of a workshop slot.

So keep the registration mails coming, there are still slots available at the workshop!

If you are free from 2-5pm on 19th Feb (Sunday) and would be in Singapore, please consider letting your hands come in contact with something other than your iphone screen or keyboard keys. You'll be amazed at what you can create. ♥

Oh yes, and the venue is at Bras Basah Complex, which is walking distance from a few central MRT stations - City Hall, Bras Basah, Esplanade, Bugis. So it should be convenient for almost everyone yay. 

Spent a little fortune on these brushes for the workshop. I've started gathering materials, never too early to start as I learn from previous experiences.


  1. Those are gorgeous! I can't believe they're THAT small!

  2. Yummy and cool! :) It is not always easy to think of clever titles for work we take so much effort in making.
    :) The photos speak for themselves!

    I always enjoy your posts!

  3. Your work is stunning! You must work under a big magnifying glass to get such perfect details in such a tiny size. Glad I found your blog today. Looks like you have some great stuff here!

  4. Kass: thank youuu! and i'm currently replying your interview questionnaire, check your mail k! ♥

    amber dawn: aha i'm glad you do!! really appreciate that!! ♥

    cindy lietz: woahh such an honour to have you here! ♥ I've visited your site a few times when i run into problems with polymer clay, it's VERY useful! thanks so much for your words, and i hope to see you here more often! ♥

  5. The tarts look amazing! I'm envious of your eyesight!