TheInedibleKitchen

The Inedible Kitchen

California, United States · 162 Sales

TheInedibleKitchen

The Inedible Kitchen

California, United States 162 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars
(36)

Announcement   Welcome to The Inedible Kitchen, home of miniature food good enough to eat, but you probably shouldn't. I carry jewelry of all sorts, and specialize in 1:12 dollhouse miniatures. Want to commission a custom piece? Just use the request button, and I'll be happy to work with you!

Love my work? PIN IT! If you pin one of my pieces on Pinterest, shoot me a message to receive a coupon for 10% off your order!

Announcement
Last updated on Jul 6, 2016

Welcome to The Inedible Kitchen, home of miniature food good enough to eat, but you probably shouldn't. I carry jewelry of all sorts, and specialize in 1:12 dollhouse miniatures. Want to commission a custom piece? Just use the request button, and I'll be happy to work with you!

Love my work? PIN IT! If you pin one of my pieces on Pinterest, shoot me a message to receive a coupon for 10% off your order!

Stacy Garrett

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Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars
(36)
Keri

Keri on Nov 27, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

This pin arrived crazy fast after ordering. It's the perfect size and made very well.

Anna Dove

Anna Dove on Sep 15, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

The earrings arrived on time and are exactly as described. So cute!!

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Updates

More baked goods underway. Lots of breads to join my tarts! New listings soon to come.
Working on new photographs so everyone can better see my adorable items! Look for some new tasties in the coming weeks!

About

If you can't eat it, wear it!

The Inedible Kitchen was born out of a love for all things cute and miniature, and a need to do something with all of those adorable miniature foods I was stockpiling in my crafting frenzy. There's nothing more delightful than making a small food item so realistic that people think I've used a shrink ray on the real thing. Creative additions such as real spices in my taco shells or cinnamon on my rolls helps take things to the next level, and add an additional sensory delight for those wearing my jewelry.

I'm almost always working on something new, so keep your eyes on my shop--especially around the holidays--to see what fun tiny things are coming out of my clay oven.

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  • Stacy J. Garrett

    Owner, Maker

    I think I bleed arts and crafts. I know better than to just 'try something out' because it ends up becoming a passion. I love to write, mold, photograph, and generally shape the world through art.

Shop policies

Last updated on January 19, 2016
Welcome to The Inedible Kitchen! My goal is to provide realistic miniature foods so tasty that you might be tempted to eat them, but maybe you shouldn't. Items are made from durable polymer clay and very difficult to break, so even young ones can wear my jewelry (as long as they are old enough to know not to eat them!).

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept most forms of payment offered through Etsy, including Direct Checkout and Paypal. I do collect taxes within the State of California; that cost is included in the sale price automatically.
Shipping
Shipping is a flat rate of $6.80 for USPS Priority Mail. Flat rate shipping allows for shipment of items within two to three business days of receipt of payment. Tracking numbers will be provided when I send notice of shipment. Currently, I do not accept international orders.
Refunds and Exchanges
If your item arrives and is the wrong scale, you may ship it back for a full refund. I will issue the refund as soon as I receive the item back. Items that are damaged in transport are very rare; however, if your piece arrives and has broken, send me a photo of the damage and I will send you another at no cost to you.
Additional policies and FAQs
Custom orders/commissions take longer than in-stock items since I will have to create them before I send them! I will keep customers updated with in-progress photos as the item is made. Commissions rarely cost more than my in-stock items; it depends on how big and complex an item you are asking me to make.