Projects: Equal (Mini Food) Education for All

Chances are, that if you’re here, it’s because you a) like mini food or dollhouses or something in that nature, b) like the fact that I postulate about growing a small biz, or c) enjoy reading about someone else’s trials and tribulations. I try to keep things balanced, and so since I talked about promoting your blog last time, I think it’s time we hit it off with some mini food freebies.

If you’ve been hanging out around this blog for a while, you’ve seen some of my projects, like that baked Alaska that’s the blog header. If you’re new, chances are good that you’ve seen amazing miniatures somewhere else and came to my blog hungry for knowledge.

Today, your mini food-making dreams come true. Actually, they come so true that you get your own website filled with awesome.

That’s right. A whole website devoted to creating (and providing you) with the best miniature food tutorials on the web. Yeah, I’ll say that again: the best miniature food tutorials on the web. No more grainy, dimly lit photographs. No more YouTube videos where the sculptor’s hands obscure the clay. No more sketchy dollhouse forums from 1995 that turn up in Google search results but don’t pertain to your topic. (True story, guys.)

Best of all, we have two free tutorials up, and more are on their way. You can download the pdfs directly from minifoodtutorials.com, you can subscribe to our newsletter (and suggest a tutorial for us to create), and you can read about my partner in crime, Mei, and I. Ya know what else is cool?

  • You can make your mini food from stuff around the house, so you don’t have to go out and buy a bunch of expensive tools. Polymer clay is $2 a bar, or so, and you only need a few colors to get going. So this is an inexpensive way to get started in the mini food world.
  • Big, pretty photos so you can tell what’s going on, and so your eyes don’t die from poorly lit, unattractive pictures.
  • Uniquely formatted instructions allow you to work through it as a beginner and as an advanced sculptor—this tutorial will definitely grow with your newfound skills!
  • A section on what to do with your macarons lets you transform your creations into gifts for family and friends
  • A portion of our tutorials are, and always will be, free. No hidden charges here!
So, I really strongly recommend that you pop on over to the website and take a look around. What do you think?
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