Saturday, November 27, 2010

Chocolate Cabinet Finished

This Chocolate cabinet kit is by Lisa Engler of Lisa's Little Things.
She doesn't have all of her kits on her website. 
 If you e-mail her, she can e-mail you brochures of kits that she has available.
Her kits are exquisite.  I did bash this kit a little by adding some of my own items.
The chocolates I made from polymer clay.

The tulips were a gift from Maurice from my miniature club.
I made the bunny teapot from polymer clay.
         

The little glass jars are filled with sweets.
Have a chocolate and enjoy!
Mini hugs,
Donna



19 comments:

Arantxa said...

I'ts so lovely!

I like so much!!

Garden of Miniatures said...

What a lovely cabinet,I really adore it !!!Jeannette

Debbie said...

Donna the cabinet is exquisite..xxx

Michelle's Mad World said...

This is divine! I love it!

Michelle xx

Daisy said...

Wondefulll!!!!!!

JRB CREATIONS said...

It turned out beautiful!!

*Jeannette

kimsminiatures said...

Its so lovely Donna. I hope you are having a wonderful holiday weekend. Hugs~ Kim

Maia's Twinkle Miniatures said...

It's beautiful, so elegant and everything looks so inviting and delicious! I love your bunny teapot. :)
Maia

maria said...

gorgious!!!!

Carolyn said...

What a fun project. You did a great job!

CLARA said...

Un mueble precioso y lleno de minis muy bien trabajadas.
Enhorabuena.
Besos Clara

Irene said...

The cabinet is just marvellous and well done with the tea pot - it's so cute. Lots of things to see too.

Judy @ Just Miniature Scale said...

Oh the complete piece is exquisite...but the bunny is truly wonderful! I so enjoyed your photos!

FabShabbyRoses said...

Absolutely wonderful cabinet! I especially love the bunny teapot. You did a super job! Carolyn

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miniaturenland said...

I like chocolate very very match. It is so real. Your cabit is beautiful and so match inside.
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cuisle west said...

Well, I've just zapped myself down to 1:12th of 5 foot 5, and am coming over to stand and gawk at this incredible display of mouthwatering delights ... hope I don't drool on everything!

Debbie said...

May I ask where you bought the little glass jars at? Thank you, and I also want to say what a SUPERB job you did!

Monica said...

I too would love to know where you found that lovely set of glass jars!