Monday 11 August 2014

A hot hot summer!

Hej hej (pronounced Hey hey) Littlest Sweet Shoppers!

I just came back from Sweden for a very long super summer holiday. It was actually warmer in Sweden especially with their longer daytime (It only got dark at 11 PM) and clear blue sky weather. The whole country is gorgeous. The nature, the woods, the lakes, the wooden houses, the people - JUST ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!

OK - enough about my holiday. There are going to be a few updates on today's entry including some new items and more ice-cream cones :D

In July, Crafty Arts (UK based art supply shop - also where I get my polymer clay supplies from) had given me some new FIMO Professional clay to try out. I made some fantastic rainbow lollipops with such vivid colours using the new clay. You can read my review here:

Thank you Staedtler and Crafty Arts for the generous gift! This will definitely make Littlest Sweet Shop and even more colourful world.
A Pack of clay and tools courtesy of Crafty Arts and Staedtler
My most recent commission is this pair of double scoop ice-cream cone in 1/3 scale. It was the first time I got a request to make one ice-cream cone to look like it was melting. I love it when clients give me new challenges! I hope that her SD doll will like it :)
Commission work
I also made more parfaits for some of our loyal customers (1/3 scale Azone dolls)
Ichigo Parfait...?
credit to rounezu on flickr

And the most important news of all is that we now have a new Littlest Sweet Shop maid! Her name is Yuffie (named after the character in Final Fantasy VII).  
PureNeemo Sweets a la mode series - Alisa Maron Parfait model
Now there are 4 Littlest Sweet Shop maids. (L-R Yufie, Akiko, Naru and Maya)
Since it's been summer holidays, all of us have been taking a break from work. The girls (and me) enjoy ice-cream almost every single day since they don't have to work at the Sweet Shop.
Happy Summer!
Yuffie in her casual stock clothes. Plaid shirt, denim shorts with hi-top trainers
Akiko loves her ice-cream too but she's not as greedy
In front of their home. I made the doorbell and front paving steps using granite-look clay
Chocolate, Cafe and Cornish cream scoops with butterscotch sauce
Strawberry scoop with chocolate sauce
'Fairy Kei I'
'Fairy Kei II'
Fairy scoop
Fudgy chocolate brownie with milk strawberry sauce
Neapolitan scoops with caramel sauce
Triple scoop with kiwi sauce
Tropical punch scoop with kiwi sauce
Cotton Candy scoop with strawberry sauce
Cafe scoop with strawberry milk sauce
Peaches and cream with Blueberry sauce
Cornish cream with caramel sauce
I got Maya the cutest strawberry bag from etsy. Her outfit is complete now
And last but not least - some new items added into the Bakery menu:
Stroopwafels. My favourite snack whenever I'm in Amsterdam. Wafer with caramel filling
Plain and chocolate meringues (that was left out in the last post)
So I've finally finished decorating my new room. Puppen Haus has a permanent spot in the corner and it's looking great as always. I keep falling in love with this dollhouse every single day. I had to make some minor repairs since it was slightly damaged when it was moved from it's old spot. 

Hope you can visit us again next week so I can share more Puppen Haus updates and photos of the new lollipops that were made using FIMO Professional.

See ya!

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