Monday 26 September 2011

Finished bread, Sylvanian babies

I've finished the first round of bread for Okasaneko and myself.

Bread 2

We'll each get half of these.

Had enough bread yet?

These loaves would also look rather familiar to some. That's because I made similar ones a while back while I was experimenting. I really need to expand my range of bread, I don't want to be making the same ones over and over again.

More Bread
I do think the cuts on the short loaves are too deep, but nothing I can do about it now. At least this time I got the baguette scaled properly.


:P Still need to cover it with some matte varnish though. Next I'll make some melon pan turtles and look up some other types of bread to make, I don't think what I've done so far is nearly enough to fill the shelves. Plus the more variety the better!

I've also included some pics of a Sylvanian figurine next to the bread, and some in a bakery window.

Have some more bread.

The windows still look rather bare, so I need to make more goodies to fill it up!


Speaking of Sylvanians, I got this set a few weeks back, and it's one of the most adorable things ever!


It was also an excuse to get that three tier bunk bed, which has darker coloured bedding in this release (it has pastel tones in the regular release). I'm still not really sure where to put this set though. Maybe I should make a very simple little room out of styrofoam and wood for this? :P
I used my accumulated points on BeHappy's site to buy this, which meant that I ended up not having to pay for shipping. I probably would not have gotten it otherwise. I think at AUD36.49, BeHappy offers the best price for this set online. I've not seen cheaper anywhere else. On ebay it's available from various sellers from around AUD51 - 61, not including shipping (ouch).

Anyway, here's a pic of some adorable baby critters:
Tricycle Babies!


  1. Hi,

    I love Your new scene with breads and the new grass :) It looks really good.
    And still love the wonderful cakes...


  2. sooo beautiful! they are indeed lovely ^ ^ i'm on a bread-y kick right now too, i think the Japanese styled pan would work perfectly with Sylvanian Families! you make me want to dig out my ancient collection....all of which were fugly dark green not these beautiful pastel colours!

  3. awesome!! love your setting for the photo shooting. love all your doll.

  4. you have the cutest blog ever! I love the little breads,yummy