>>  29.3.12

*WARNING: Plenty of pics that may look similar (but are not!) :)

Hehehe, I just love my "new" table lamps. I found one at Ikea, love it so much that I decided to come back and buy another one. They shine bright enough for me to take photos (which usually in the middle of the night) and too bright for me to notice more itsy bitsy imperfection here and there. :d anyway...

Finally had the time to finish the packaging for the taiyaki sets. Above you can see the difference between scale 1:4, scale 1:6, scale 1:12, scale 1:24 that I made. Notice the different painting - maybe I can pretend the smaller ones are slightly overcook. XD

These will be available in my etsy soonish (I kind of forget the measurement of the boxes).

Scale 1:4, which you can see all the details very clearly :)

each box can contain 3 taiyaki

side view of the paper bag

taiyaki on the go

Scale 1:6

did the taiyaki shrink or my finger grew bigger? O.O Nope!

Scale 1:12

I overcooked the taiyaki! XD

And my recent favorite scale 1:24

I am still in the middle of finishing the Hina Matsuri set (it's late, I know! But I might as well finish them for Anzu :)) and my book. *wailing* I'm so slow! I have to make more (and decide quickly!)


Gemma March 29, 2012 at 4:57 PM  

Wow!Que estupendos, me encantan tan pequeños.
Un saludo

Crafter's Delights March 29, 2012 at 10:45 PM  

Wow! I love the progression! They look so yummy! I used eat Taiyai a lot as a kid, so they brought me back. Now, I'm craving for some!! Great job! xoxo,Amy

mintwonderland March 31, 2012 at 11:57 PM  

they look yummy, i can feel the hot! like them both in mini and real.its taste awesome

asukasakumo April 3, 2012 at 9:35 AM  

Gemma gracias por su amables palabras :)

Amy, mintwonderland hehe, actually I don't really like to eat taiyaki (I don't really eat cakey-stuff much) but I really like the taiyaki shape XD

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