Thursday, November 1, 2012

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween! I've spent this past month slowly creating a collection of miniature themed foods for a big banquet to celebrate Halloween! I was hoping to post my tiny celebration on Halloween but I was so busy at a real life party and lots of trick or treating that I didn't have the time. But better late then never! I am really excited about this and I learned a lot while making all of these miniature foods and I had a lot of fun! So without further ado here is the feast!

 I imagine the ghost pops to have a cakey texture inside and the "ghost" part to be white frosting with melted chocolate chips for the eyes and mouths!

The cookie fingers in the cup were inspired from a Martha Stewart Halloween magazine. They were one of my favorites to make!

These are chocolate marshmallow ghosts. These actually don't have any polymer clay in them! I mixed some all purpose baking flour and acrylic paint together and then just put some of the mixture onto tinfoil and baked it at 250F. for five minutes. Its a great substitute for frosting if you don't have any Translucent Liquid Sculpey or  Liquid Fimo around!

The ghost cookies were probably the smallest thing I have ever sculpted in polymer clay. The reason some of their eyes are a little messed up is because they had an unfortunate fall off my desk after they had been made and then I ended up squishing a few with my feet while trying to find them all!

My dollhouse family wishes you a happy Halloween!!

1 comment:

  1. The pumpkins and the chocolate chip cookies are my favorite. Those chocolate chips look so real! Again, nice work!