Christmas Cupcakes and Macarons, Osechi too!

>>  16.12.11

*warnings: plenty of photos below! Bear with me to see what is so exciting ;D

Finally... finally... FINALLY I can show you what makes me excited for the last week. :)
*dancing enthusiastically

So I made some christmas cupcake, both in 1:12 and 1:24 scale. Not forgetting the forever-popular-macaron; all with special christmas packaging.

you still cannot see the difference in this photo... yet to be revealed!

1:12 christmas macarons

special christmas box

and... TADAA!!!

cupcake holders!

special for 2

1:12 vs 1:24

yup yup :)

the cupcake holders :)

So late last month Snowfern threw a grenade on me; a laser cut service just within a walking distance from my office. Although we always planning to enquire for one, it never did happen... until now!

I went a bit too crazy with my christmas cupcake planning. I want a cupcake holder within the new packaging, for an extra care for the cupcakes. :3
And who wants to cut hundreds of circle? I only manage to cut one mock-up each and it took me a day! T_T And so finally I decided to go and it definitely worthwhile! I will definitely go back there again to make more laser cut things!

Probably I will want to sell the holder itself as a kit; just couldn't decide whether or not to include a printable box too. Any suggestion?

I made another osechi set for sale. ::update:: give it some love here.
It's kind of one of a kind because making the box and the ingredients itself is very taxing on me... I want to try to make a different fillings next time. :)

it stacked on top of each other nicely :)

Don't forget to join my giveaway! I know it's kind of late, but anyway... :)


LeJenMiniature December 16, 2011 at 10:35 PM  


Do you mind giving details of the shop for laser cut service? I have been looking for this service for a long time.

Thank you


asukasakumo December 17, 2011 at 11:16 AM  

Thank you Sans! :3
I'm a bit irritated with myself because I finished them quite late/ :(

Crafter's Delights December 17, 2011 at 2:44 PM  

I love it! I especially like the 1/24 scale! Also your osechi looks so yummy!

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