Chynadoll Creations

Chynadoll Creations

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Making doll food with polymer clay.

Ok, so I decided to take just a tiny break from repainting. Since my dollar store challenge, I got hooked on this polymer clay buzz. I'm always doing scenes where my gals and guys are sitting around a table eating and I never have enough food! I got tired of spending crazy money on re-ment and decided to make my own food! Now I am totally hooked! I did these all in one hour and on one day. This is my very first attempt at making food. Once I practice further, I will have some totally realistic food! I am seriously excited at this prospect! 

For my food project, I used SculpteyIII Polymer Clay, Liquid Clay, Pastels, gloss and a various assortment of tools like toothpicks, needles, etc.

Ok here goes.........

I made several things and  when I got half way thru,  I remembered to take shots of what I was doing .... Duh!!!


This is my version of a Chocolate Carrot cake. I was on the phone
with hubby.  I told him that I just finished making this
cake. He got all excited until he found out it was in clay LOL

This was my Spaghetti and meat balls. I made this dinner earlier
(my real dinner... just with turkey) and decided to make my dolls
some. This is actually the finished picture. I had a hard time making the
sauce red enough. I though it was red but after baking it in
the oven, it turned darker. Mmmm gonna have to work on
correcting this! I painted the pasta yellowish using a fat paint
brush and light yellow chalk pastels.

Before pic prior to adding yellow pastel and baking in oven.

This is my french fries waiting to go into the oven along
with a piece of bacon. Go figure, I am making all the stuff that
I do not eat (except the spaghetti LOL)

This is a mammoth burger !Pre adding color to bun and baking.

This is the beginning of my pizza.  I
remembered  during this time to take photos as I was working.
Here I am smashing down the cheese. The next picture is me
placing the cheese. 
Adding the cheese. mmmm yummy cheese

Dicing the ham...

Everything ready for the oven. Baked at 250 for
about 12 minutes..

These are some of the plates I worked on.

Eggs over easy, toast with jam and crispy bacon.  Not bad for
my very first try!

My hubby's fav meal. Pancakes and sausage links.
 If he could eat these everyday
for breakfast lunch and dinner he would! 

Finished burger with lettuce,tomato's onions and cheese. There is a nice side of crispy fries. The gloss was still drying on the fries ha ha.


The yummy pizza with ham, olives, peppers etc.
I had so much fun making these! I plan to make much more so stay tuned!
Maybe some sushi!!!
Its only gonna get better.
Thanks for taking the time to look.

Chynadoll Creations 2013

31 comments:

  1. Pretty good. It will get better with each new dish. Continue having fun.

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    1. Thanks ;-) I am really enjoying this!

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  2. Congratulations! You did great. Keep it up. Your pizza and your carrot cake are my faves.

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    1. Thanks. So far I've made six of them and they all sold!

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  3. Your food looks great! I keep threatening to bring out some food I made some time ago. Maybe soon.
    Thanks for the inspiration!

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    1. Thanks so much! Break that clay out and get to creating! Excited to see what you make!

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  4. Great job Cecile! That burger looks delicious! : )

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  5. These were your first tries?? They look fabulous!! I have to start using that clay, it seems fun and the result is wonderful. Thanks for the process pics, they are very useful for those of us who want to start but don't dare yet!

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  6. Great creations...love the pizza! Looks like you had fun creating it all! Great Job...

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  7. Hello from Spain: I really like your food creations. The spaghetti and meatballs dish is very real. Is very appetizing. Great job. Keep in touch

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    1. Thank you Marta. Those are my faves :-)

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  8. The food turned out great! I haven't tried making food yet but I will add it to the list. I'm still trying to make furniture!

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    1. Thanks Brini. I'm always learning and trying new things.

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  9. This all looks nummy yummy!

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  10. Cooking polymer clay food almost looks like cooking with real food - particularly the pizza preparations shots. And your food looks good, your dolls certainly won't be going hungry from now on.

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    1. Thank you. My dolls are happy happy lol!

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  11. Great job! For your first time. I'm sure you'll pick it up in no time your very talented

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  12. Love how your dishes turned out! You've inspired me to make more items for my dolls, since I run into the same problem. Never enough food for large gatherings and the rements do get pricey. :)

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    1. Thank you! Stay tuned, I will be posting much more!

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  13. Your tiny food is awesome!!

    And your repaints are so pretty!

    New follower here!
    Please feel free to stop by my Barbie blog:
    http://travelingtwig.blogspot.com/

    Christie (my Barbie blog host) will be keeping an eye on your work ;)

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    1. Thank you and welcome! I will stop by your blog and say hello.

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  14. I love it. All this food is making me hungry.

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