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Miniature cookies and biscuits for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas

In Britain, they are called biscuits, in North America they are cookies....

See also bakeries , cakes , cupcakes

For Lace Doilies, see lace


It's all about the texture

Links to miniature projects

International Cookie Assortment Duo
Tiny Cookies
Mini Chocolate Chip Cookie Prep Board

Dollhouse Miniature 1/12 Scale Cookie Box
Dollhouse Miniature Teddy Bear Cookies
Dreamy American Life #6
  • photo albums, blog posts, webpages

Baking Cookies - kitchen scene by Annemarie Kwikkel 



  • Blogs concentrating on  or categories/labels about them in blogs



  • Discussion groups, forums (or forum categories) and photo groups dedicated to cookies.


Supplies for sale

  • Supplies needed for making cookies.


Miniatures for sale

  • Do you have a section for cookies in your shop? Add a direct link here.

Dollhouse Miniature Cookies - By Mels Miniatures

Cookies for sale - from Megan's Dollhouse Miniatures



  • Books about miniature cookie projects (also books with chapters about them)


Instructions for miniatures


Miniature printables



  • Wallpapers that go well with cookie projects


Other Printies

The Old Woman's Cookies illustration

  • Book/magazine covers related to cookies

Jaffa cookies - from Susanna (in Finnish) 



  • links to sites showing how to make items related to cookies

Christmas Cookies - slice and bake

Christmas Cookies - from Desert Minis, in 3 scales

Chocolate Chip Cookies - from Desert Minis, in 3 scales

Chocolate Chip Cookies - from My Miniature Obsession

Cookie Cutters - from About.com

Cookie Jar - by Joanne from Beavercreek

Cookie Jar and Cannisters - by Christal Jensen

Make Dollhouse Scale Sandwich Cookies - from About.com

Rice Krispie Treats - From My Small Obsession

Santa Cookie Jar, Gingerbread men and Cocoa

Penguin Cookie Jar or Biscuit Holder - from About.com


Research/ Inspiration



  • S'mores - traditionally enjoyed around a campfire, this treat consists of a roasted marshmellow, and a piece of chocolate in between a couple of graham crackers. Roll caramel clay to 1/32" thick, and cut rectangles 3/8" x 3/16'. Use a pin to score the biscuit's dividing line, and to pinprick the graham cracker hole pattern. Bake. Separate some crackers to make single serving crackers, leave others in double size. Roll chocolate clay 1/32" for chocolate bars, cutting about the same size of the crackers.  Use a bit of white clay for the marshmallows. Assemble some S'mores, and leave some to be assembles and bake the lot. Arrange on a tray to give the appearance of people helping themselves.
  • Cut craft foam sheets in tan and white colors using a teddy bear shaped punch to make 'cookies', then glue to a baking sheet. Or stack on a button to look like cookies on a plate. Icing can be glitter nail polish or glue glitter.
  • For cookie jars, use large macrame beads (the ones with good sized hole) and glue a small attractive metal shank button on for a lid. Paste "Cookies" on the front, typed in the smallest font on your computer.



Ideas about what is needed for these projects

  • links to inspiring pages
  • ideas for shop names

As the Coolie Crumbles

Cookies R Us


  • YouTube videos about the subject



  •  YouTube videos about miniature projects related to this subject




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