Throughout the course of the summer, I was primarily focused on the rather lengthy project of creating sculptures to fill an entire miniature display shelf to give to my newly-married cousin (on the occasion of her bridal shower in August). Each miniature has a specific meaning or symbolism related to the bride. From start to finish, it took approximately 20 tedious hours to complete this shelf. All in all, I really enjoyed deviating from my normal routine to complete this unusual type of work!
Now that I'm back to school and also balancing a part time job, my time to make miniatures has been very limited. However, I'm slowly attempting to "fix that problem" in as much as I can, and I hope to be posting more when time permits.
|The complete miniature shelf (with a replica of their wedding cake to be created)
|Miniature chocolate pretzel box (beside a real one)
|The bride's favorite choir music
|Sweets and treats corner--from McDonald's Shamrock Shake to frozen yogurt topped with gummy worms
|A replica of a snowflake cake that my cousin once made