Päärynät

These crates of luscious pears (päärynät in Finnish - that's my new word for today) are by Mirja, of Lahti, Finland. She makes all sorts of fabulous 1:12-scale miniature food, working primarily with Cernit. You can see her work on her blog, Happy Little Muffin (she posts in both Finnish and English, for which I am grateful!)




Artist's website: Happy Little Muffin

3 comments:

marlies said...

They look delicious, beautiful, I have to go over an take a look!
* marlies

TreeFeathers said...

Isn't the detail of her work wonderful? Those crepes make me miss France!

Jean Day said...

Thank you so much for sharing, she does wonderful work! Mini Hugs, Jean

 

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