Making Mini Food: 30 Polymer Clay Miniatures
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About the Author
Lynn Allingham has been making miniatures for nearly 10 years. It all began when her sister Steff handed her a bag of clay and said: "See what you can do with that." Lynn now has an Etsy shop called Tuckshop, selling miniatures and has written for Making Jewellery and The Dolls' House Magazine. She is also the author of Making Mini Food, also published by GMC Publications. Lynn's work has also been shown on The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice on BBC Two. Lynn lives in Altrincham, Greater Manchester.
"This collection features tiny dishes for polymer clay artists of all levels. Crafter Allingham begins with a series of techniques commonly used in her projects, including methods for preparing, cutting, and blending clays, adding realistic texture and color, and affixing jewelry findings to finished projects. Each piece is described as beginner, intermediate, or advanced level, and the amount of detail is stunning. The directions provide a helpful guide. Allingham's delightful creations are perfect for polymer clay jewelrymakers and doll house furniture enthusiasts."--Library Journal
"Divided into three levels, each miniature making project comes with clear, step-by-step instructions and is beautifully photographed to whet your appetite."--The Daily Mini
"...a fantastic gateway to miniature food making."--Paperdoll Miniatures