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Miniature bakery projects for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas

See also cakes and breads, pies and baking, baskets for displaying product

Bakery items are served in dining roomsrestaurants, cafeterias, and kitchens .

Dishes are needed for serving and storing food and beverages.

See also mugs, trays, cutleries, bottles, thermos bottles, as well as glass, ceramics, plates

For Lace Doilies, see lace



Links to mineiature projects

  • photo albums, blog posts, webpages
Pastry Case
Dollhouse Miniature Cupcake Deli Case Workshop



Bakery - from Antonio Marcos Museum

Bakery - by Beth Bergman, Minimanor

Bakery- by Rita from Germany (rwgermini)

Bakery in 1:48 - by Fern Rouleau

Bakery with Baker's Rack - from Clayminis

Bakery in Breadbox - by Fern Rouleau

Bakery in a Cake - by Fern Rouleau

Bakery in a CD Holder - by Laura Miller

Bakery Roombox - by Daria in Mini Baby Steps

Baking Scene - by Maureen Heuchert

Biscuit Maker - by Miniature Madness, Ann Masceli's Flickr album

Bread Dough Bakery - by mini7676

Boulangerie - from Clay Minis

Bride's Aid Flowers and Cakes - by Ann Kozlick

Buttercup Bake Shop - by Doreen Johnson

Cake Shop - by Ann Kozlick

Café Varma - by Millimari

Cottage Loaf Bakery -from Cazro's Mini Property

Crumb and Cheddar - QS project by Fern Rouleau

Elf Baker - from Miniatures West show Feb 2011

German Bakery - by Elke

Kitchen Bakery - by Hazel Dowd, workshop by Joe Wareing

La Petite Patisserie - from Barrel Loopers blog

Menu Holders - from Baking in Miniature

Petite Pastry Shop - by Judy Ferguson

Sweet Buns Bakery - 1:4 scale bakery in a bread box by Fern Rouleau



  • Blogs concentrating on baking or categories/labels about it in blogs



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


Supplies for sale

  • Supplies needed for making baking projects.

Virtual Dollhouse - Grace Shaw has many cooking and baking items


Miniatures for sale

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

Baking Items - SP Miniatures

Bakery Goods - Landon House Miniatures



  • Books about miniature baking projects (also books with chapters about it)



Instructions for miniatures


Miniature printables



  • Wallpapers that go well with baking projects


Other Printies

  • Book/magazine covers related to baking

French Bakery Boxes - from



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

Bakery Case - in 1:48, from

Cookie Swans - from

Old World Christmas Bakery - from Herminiverse, where Mariann Colijn converts an old clock into a old world Christmas bakery, using an Anton Pieck illustration.


Research/ Inspiration



  • For colored sugar crystals  - look for fine sand from the craft store in the kids section.

  • Substitutes for dragées, the little silver, gold and colored metallic sugar balls used to decorate cakes and cookies -  use tiny metallic micro beads the big box craft stores sell in the stamp or scrap-booking section. Look for the multicolored mixes to get three or more colors in small amounts.
  • Butter Cream and Marshmallow icings -  use one of the tiny tipped glue bottles . These are great for making icing dots. Add a bit of Modge-Podge  to acrylic paint to thicken it, or some glue to make it glossier and use the same up and down technique you use to make dots to cover cakes. 

  • Glaze Icings - for glazes that look like gilding,  use a bit of Jacquard pearlex powder in PVA glue or gloss acrylic. For those hard colored icings that look a bit sheer, mix up a bit of liquid Fimo with some colored polymer clay until it gets syrupy, then bake it on the polymer clay cookies.

  • Coconut and some sugar finishes - look in the scrap-booking store for very fine white ' micro glitters' which aren't actually very glittery, more like very fine snow, and work quite well.  Some white embossing powders would probably work as well if you don't heat them up!  For longer coconut strands use baked white or translucent white clay and one of those two inch cheese graters

  • Candy molds in small shapes can be filled with plaster of paris or filled with Sculpy/Fimo and baked and painted for 'cakes' and 'desserts'.  Tip:  Lightly rub a very tiny amount of glycerin with a small brush so it will easily drop out.



Ideas about what is needed for baking projects

  • links to inspiring pages
  • ideas for shop names

Nything Sweet?

The Cupcake Queen 

FlakyTarts' Bakery

Let them Eat Cake

Little Slice of Heaven

On the Grain Bakery

Sweet T's Bakery

The Sweetest Things



  •  YouTube videos about miniature baking projects




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