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1:12 Scale English Breakfast by fairchildart 1:12 Scale English Breakfast by fairchildart
Dollhouse Miniature in 1:12 Scale Handcrafted from Polymer Clay

This one was quite relaxing to make for some reason - it took a good 2 hours or so but it was fun trying to capture all the coloring and textures of a traditional English breakfast.

For those not familiar with a dime's size, the pewter dish measures 24mm in diameter :)

Materials used:

-FIMO and Sculpey brands of polymer clay
-Chalk pastels
-A needle
-Straight razor
-A rock (for texturing)
-J.W. etc varnish
-The pewter dish was purchased from dollhousedestash on Etsy ([link])

Frequently Asked Questions: [link]

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:icongreenpyramid:
GreenPyramid Nov 25, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Oh my gosh this looks TOO real!!! You have magic molding hands!!
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:iconfairchildart:
Thank you so much<3 :)
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:iconibble:
How its possible? :omg:
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:iconshinigami-shisan:
Shinigami-shisan Jan 4, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
*looks at the dime oh so conveniently left on my table*
OMG HOW!? (its so detailed and so tiny!)
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:iconbelianis:
belianis Nov 19, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Bread, egg, bacon, sausage, mushroom--white beans, too?
Does English breakfast also include creams? During my childhood I ate a lot of creams made of rice and wheat.
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:iconfairchildart:
Is it similar to this: [link]? I'm in the U.S. myself but it wouldn't surprise me if something similar were popular in British culture since they like multiple course meals :)
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:iconbelianis:
belianis Nov 19, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Yes, NABISCO products are very popular in PR.
Would you look up Boricua cuisine? Dishes like pastel--a mass of plantain dough filled with meat and beans, and slow cooked in banana leaves for added flavor--are DELICIOUS.
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:iconfairchildart:
I'll have to look that up, that sounds incredible!
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:iconbelianis:
belianis Nov 19, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
As well as cream of corn=maize.
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