There’s nothing like eating a good pizza. Even better when you can make it with your own hands. I personally love my pizza heavy on the meats, mushrooms, and sprinkled with lots of cheese. Pizza with anything more makes me want to gag. Wait! I won’t be mad if someone puts anchovies on it. I can do anchovies on pizza. Other than that, my pizza tolerance is low if anything else is on it. What can I say, I’m particular about my pizza.
When I can make my own pizza, I get very happy (^_^). Handmade just tastes better.
It looks delicious doesn’t it? Yes, it does. I can’t eat it though.
Why not? Well…
It’s a miniature!
I see the wheels turning. You’re right in your thinking. This is the new hobby I was talking about. Making polymer clay miniatures. Only the food kind though. They’re too cute and even though this pizza isn’t the best, heck it’s my first, I can see my love for coloring and love for detail working together with this hobby. Did I forget to mention this is fun!
My interest with miniature foods stated when I first saw them online years ago. Then I stumbled upon SugarCharmShop on Youtube. The moment I saw her tutorials in 2013, I knew it’d be on the hobby bucket list. Hobby love. I’ve been bitten by the bug since and it wasn’t until now that I felt confident enough with clay knowledge to try. I actually made this pizza from SCS’s first pizza tutorial.
For now, as I learn, I’m going to probably stick with her tuts, but I can see doing my own thing once I get comfortable.
So everyone beware. There will be many more future posts of this new hobby: miniature foods.
I mean…omigosh it’s so tiny!
Have a great week!