Look good, don't they?
These amazing miniature drinks by Michele Kelly are featured in my new story, "Delectable Drinks" in the Nov. '09 Issue, #185 of DollsHouse and Miniature Scene.
The issue also includes a how to by Michele to make your own miniature drink, definitely worth a try!
The drinks are in 1"scale-1/12th scale (1 inch=1 foot). The drink glasses are about 3/4" and under.
Massachusetts miniaturist Michele Kelly has had some success since she began selling her own homemade miniature food and cakes more than 10 years ago. But it’s her latest offerings that have everyone who sees them almost wishing they could take a sip.
That Michele’s tropical drinks are gaining fans is not surprising, given their realism. Of course, it helps when you are a licensed bartender, too!
Michele admits that making the drinks began as kind of a lark. “I started the drinks less than a year now,” she says. “Every now and then I get an idea and try something different.”
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