Miniatures: cupcakes, earrings, dolls

Paper and clays

Posted by Bia Watanabe | 13 de August de 2016 | Creating!, Portfolio
miniature of a cup of coffee in quilling

Here are some miniatures with which I’ve been investing my time! I always liked to assemble small houses and imagine mini worlds. So as a child I liked and still like to do delicate things and think that everything is part of a fluffy place. Once I bought a plastic little bears set and built them a little home.

I had the mini cupcakes phase when I did mini food using paperclay mass. I wanted to learn to do cute things that looked like little food. After that, I did decorations and bijous.

With curled paper (a quilling technique) I did miniatures like picnic sets, including mugs and plates.

The little dolls were made with a part of soda’s can, polymer clay and acrylic paint. It was a colorful and fun project… people asked me to do customized dolls for them.

A multitude of things can fit in this miniature world. 🙂

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