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Miniature Resin Clay Goodies!!!
I had a blast making these! They look so yummy I can actually "taste" the sweetness by looking at them :P This is just my first attempt at miniature food, I still need to experiment with more techniques. Especially for cakes, it was sooo hard to cut it into 8 equal slices without squishing them.

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Tanja S.
Tanja S. · Bamberg, , Germany · 18 projects

Thumbs up!!!

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Jadeygirl
Jadeygirl · Sydney, Australia, NSW, Australia · 9 projects

Hi Love it love it love it. Are you going to do a tutorial for this?

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Dust of Enchantment D.
Dust of Enchantment D. · , · 11 projects

BunnyKissd: The freezer method works for polymer clay but not this resin clay, it dries up and becomes brittle in the freezer :)

Heidel R.: Yes I have. This clay has a weird texture LOL

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Heidelish
Heidelish · Stavanger, Rogaland, Norway · 19 projects

Have you tried a very sharp knife on the cakes?

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BunnyKissd
BunnyKissd · Oswego, New York, US · 2 projects

I read somewhere to stick them in the freezer before cutting them, so they don't smoosh... Yours looks great! ^_^

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Dust of Enchantment D.
Dust of Enchantment D. · , · 11 projects

Lilim: The air-dry clay itself is made of resin.

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Caroline
Caroline · Tamworth, Staffordshire, United Kingdom · 7 projects

So cute!
xox

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Candice C.
Candice C. · Wylie, Texas, United States · 49 projects

CUTE! I didn't realize how tiny they were until the 2nd pic :P

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Sugarlishes
Sugarlishes · Fort Hood, TX, United States · 136 projects

hmmm this looks so you yummy great job!

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Lilim
Lilim · , , · 17 projects

What did you use the resin for?

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