* tiny food jewelry

Posted on February 28th, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Crafty Links.

4 sites making cute little food jewelry:

Pancake Meow: clay cupcakes, waffles, cake, ice cream sandwiches, and donuts. Looks like more on the way. Also check out her blog for the latest designs (like peanut butter and jam!)


Faeriesmak: clay donuts, muffins, cookies, cupcakes, ice cream cones, pies, burgers, and pancakes. Some plastic charm things, too. Also has a blog


Amyville: clay donuts, chocolates, cupcakes, sushi, and fortune cookies. You’ve probably already seen her shop mentioned over at Super Eggplant or Thimble. She also keeps a blog.


Ihotto: blown glass cupcakes and ice cream. Also for sale at Fred Flare.


6 Responses to “tiny food jewelry”

  1. Kim Says:

    Thanks for the links! I was eyeing the polymer clay on sale at icky national craft chain and thinking of making some tiny food. I didn’t want to rip off Amyville, but four different sources — that’s a movement!

  2. Camille Says:

    Those r sooooo Cute!!!
    How do u make them????

  3. Marisa Says:

    i make food jewelry too! id love it if you could check out the page:

  4. Marissa Anne Says:

    These are really cute!
    However, my favorite food jewelry store is at:
    These aren’t my creations, though!

  5. Georgia Says:

    thnkz soo much this was realli helpfull ! xx

  6. Pretty Asian Girls : Says:

    Not all diamond jewelry stores are the same so check reviews first before buying on a jewelry store.`”


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