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Miniature pudding projects for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas

There are two kinds of pudding (from Wikipedia)

Eve's Pudding - 1:12 Scale Dollhouse Miniature Food

Links to miniature projects



  • photo albums, blog posts, webpages



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



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


Supplies for sale

  • Supplies needed for making pudding projects.


Miniatures for sale

  • Do you have a section for puddings in your shop? Add a direct link to that item here.


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


Instructions for miniatures

Miniature printables


  • Wallpapers that go well with pudding projects

Other Printies

  • Book/magazine covers related to puddings


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



  •  YouTube videos about miniature projects related to this subject


Research/ Inspiration


  • Jell-O gelatin desserts: cut rounded end of lite-brite pegs for sherbet size dishes or narrow end for parfait glasses. Glue the uncut to the tiniest of clear plastic or glass buttons. Add dollop of Gesso for whipped cream. Round end of peg may also be glued to place & surrounded by Gesso whipped cream. Use purple for grape, orange for orange, red for cherry or berry & yellow for lemon.

  • Make  "Jell-O" gelatin desserts (that actually wiggle) from the gel type candles. Prepare molds by spraying with mold release, and make sure they are steady.  Light the candle and, as the candle gel melts, scoop up little spoonfuls of the melted liquid and pour into your molds.  You can even add "fruit" while it's still liquid.  Remove from mold when cooled and solid.


Ideas about what is needed for these projects

  • links to inspiring pages
  • ideas for shop names
  • YouTube videos about the subject




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