A while ago I bought some acrylic miniatures for nails. It was a pack of pink swirly lollipops which you can put on nails or any another surface you desire.
I like them, but I think that they are a little bit to thick so they will be sticking out from a nail surface. There are probably thousants of ways to use them to make some nice kawaii nails, but I don’t have any good idea (yet). So I decided to paint some lollipops on the nails instead.
I used three colours of acrylic paint. White, baby blue and baby pink.
First I painted nails with regular white nail polish. Than I painted lollipops with acrylic paint and when the paint was completely dry I added two layers of top coat.
Effect was nice, but not nice enough. There was empty spaces, so I added some shiny pearls. I think they go good with kawaii style nails.
So here is the end effect:
The lollipops were a little bit clumpy. I am not so good at using acrylic paint, so I guess there was some mistake with painting process After applying top coat lollipops looked much smoother.
Do you like swirly lollipops? I never tried them, but I think they look very cute
Have a nice weekend!
Looks like slowly slowly I should change name of the blog from Nails by Rabbit to Mini Sweets by Rabbit
I really enjoy making polymer clay sweets!
This time I made cupcake.
On the top of a cookie I mounted little screw eye so cupcake can be attached to something and become key ring, necklace, bag charm or something else
To make it I used original Fimo. I am really happy with this choice. There was no problem with sculpting. Fimo was soft and had nice texture. After baking it didn’t change colour and it’s also not so expensive. I think I will use this brand from now.
Have a nice weekend
Do you like doughnuts? I love them! Especially when they are with some nice sweet colourful sprinkles on the top
I was thinking that it would be nice to have mini doughnut always with me so I made one. The cake and icing is made from self hardening clay and sprinkle from Fimo. I was browsing the internet to learn how to make clay doughnuts and I must say it’s not so difficult.
On this photo I wanted to show how big is the cookie. I could just put a coin or match next to it, but this is a nail blog so I put my thumb there
I will definitely make more mini doughnuts with different icing and sprinkles
After making clay birthday cake I started enjoy making miniature sweets. It’s fun!
So this time I made lemon cake roll with cream.
You can slice it so there is more pieces for a dollhouse party
On this photo I put a match next to the cake so you can see the actual size of the cake.
I love sweets, but I am not so good at making real ones so I will stick to the clay cakes
Recently I was browsing for mini food in the Internet. All these sweets made from clay look so cute! I was looking, looking and finally I decided to buy some colourful clay and make my own mini cake. The first attempt was not so successful, because the cake had a little accident during baking (you probably can guess what kind of accident :)), so now I made a second one. Its nothing special, just some little birthday cake baked so my dolls will not be hungry
Those pictures are made before baking. For the beginning I bought very cheap clay for kids, so during the baking the cake lost its colours and it looks faded now. The cake is 3 cm wide, maybe next one should be a little bit smaller.
I must say that its a great fun to make this things. I am already thinking about what food I will make next. Dolls cannot be hungry