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Become a miniature sculpting master with the fifth installment of my best-selling Dollhouse Chef Series, How to Sculpt Miniature Halloween Treats from Polymer Clay!

This is a DIGITAL BOOK in pdf format. You will be emailed a link to download the book after checkout is complete.

This full-color, 69-page book is packed with step-by-step instructions for making a variety of spooky snacks for your dollhouse, from bloody red velvet cake to pretzel ladies' fingers! See the second photo above for the complete table of contents.

There is also a detailed Basic Techniques section, which outlines important methods for coloring, baking, varnishing, and gluing your polymer clay pieces, plus an overview of important tools that you can make and buy to help you with your miniature food projects.

Also included are full-color printables for vintage Halloween cards and posters, candy wrappers, and Halloween pastry boxes in which to display your finished foods, and complete instructions for using/assembling the printables are contained in the book.

You'll also find an illustrated supply guide listing my favorite brands and online suppliers, plus an inspiration gallery of spooky photos to get your started on your projects.

If you need Halloween cookie molds, you can find them here in my tutorial/supplies shop section:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/mousemarket?section_id=6553096

>>Get all of my tutorials at a special discount with The Ultimate Collection, and learn how to make hundreds of realistic miniature foods:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/170354933/polymer-clay-tutorials-the-ultimate

HAPPY USERS OF MY TUTORIALS SAY...

"I've only had this book for a few hours and I'm already obsessed with it and have purchased another from you! Highly recommended even if you already work with clay, this has great tips I never thought of :) I love this tutorial so much! Thankyou!!!!!"

"SUPER AWESOME TUTORIAL! =) Uber fast digital delivery. Thanks so much! Highly recommended! =) Thank you, Mo. :)"

LEGAL JARGON
The contents of this book are copyrighted and may not be reproduced without written permission from the author. The contents may not be shared, in whole or in part, on any website, as part of another published work, or in any other format without the author’s permission. By purchasing this book, you are agreeing to abide by these terms.

Frequently asked questions about mousemarket

I am happy to create custom orders. Please message me to get started!
To protect the metal findings, please remove jewelry before showering or swimming. When not being worn, keep jewelry in an airtight container (a plastic baggie works just fine) to prevent tarnishing.

The foods are made from polymer clay, which turns into a plastic after baking, so the pieces are water resistant. Avoid leaving the pieces in direct sunlight for prolonged periods of time as this can cause fading of the polymer clay.
I am not currently offering my items at wholesale.
You are automatically enrolled in the Buyer's Rewards program when you make a purchase. For every $20 you spend in my shop, you receive a point; once you reach 12 points, you will be the proud, new owner of a $20 Mouse Market gift certificate that you have an entire year in which to redeem.

Purchases are cumulative, meaning if you spend $5 on your first order and $15 on your second order, you will receive a point. Your balance doesn't "reset" with every order, which allows you to earn points faster!
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