Tuesday, September 24, 2013

An Unusual Project

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


  1. What a thoughtful and cool gift, gorgeous work :)

  2. Hi Brigit! I think that you have done such a wonderful thing for your cousin by making this shelf. Your minis are adorable and loaded with many memories for you cousin, You have taken great care to make them all personal and I know that she will love and cherish it!


  3. This is an original gift. Your cousin will be very happy.

  4. what a fabulous gift and a very thoughtful thing for you to do, x

  5. What a lovely gift. Love that each part has a meaning.

  6. It looks wonderful. Good job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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