October 10, 2009

In the Pink on Pink Saturday - Love those Pink Miniatures!

It's another Pink Saturday, so I decided to come play again with Beverly and the crowd.

First stop, I checked out two blogs, hello to Barb at Dogmom Diva (love that name!) and Tricia at Altered Schoolmarm.





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What else is Pink this week?


I'm featuring some fun pink miniature foods I came across - many you can wear, too!

There's something fun about miniature food. Besides being calorie free, it's attention-getting, charming, and well, I have to say it, just plain cute!

* Etsy.com is a great place to find unique miniature food made mostly of polymer clay that you can admire - and wear. There seems to be a lot of people who like to wear their food as earrings, rings, brooches and pendants, etc. A few examples I found:

* Paris Miniatures' pink cappuccino cup earrings.

* French miniaturist Stephanie Kilgast (PetitPlat) does some yummy miniature food in pink! How about this wonderful "Princess Delight" pink layer cake? (see photo above) and a yummy looking pink tart ring.

* Now this is cool! Danzdzynes' makes scented cupcake and donut charms! How fun! (Don't wear when you're hungry. ha!)

* I scream, you scream...Dirtroadsouth offers a fun ice cream cone pendant, 1 1/4" tall.

* Beadpassion has pretty items like this pretty Strawberry Fields cupcake pendant. I Love the details.

Are you hungry yet??

Hope you have a great week!

** Now that you have your dessert... how about enjoying it with a cup of coffee or tea, and a copy of one of my books? **

Perfect for Halloween! - "The Witch Tree" - Will it be him... or them? Jimmy Grayson thought he found utopia - and then they came.

A spooky short story. Buy at Fictionwise.






* In Searching for a Starry Night, A Miniature Art Mystery, Sam and her bff, Lita, along with a mischievous Dachshund named Petey, face a dog-hating gardener, an angry housekeeper, and an ancient family curse in this middle grade mystery.

(Available in print, ebook, and Kindle - ages 8/9 and up.)

3 comments:

  1. Totally hungry and ready to eat, fat free, calorie free and one bite too. So cute, I love minis, it's like an escape to another world. Happy Pink Saturday, Char

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  2. I love the pinks you found to share with us today. I hope you are having a wonderful Pink Saturday.

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  3. Love the miniature food! It looks delicious! Happy Pink Saturday!

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