Miniatures by Becca Design
I started when I was younger. I used to create small fruits and other decorations for my dollhouse using cernit polymer clay.
About six years ago, I launched an online store that sold jewelry charms in the shape of cupcakes and classic Swedish pastries (such as punch rolls and princess cakes). Most of the pastries I made had a little bite in them to reveal the content. At the time, I hadn’t seen anyone else making that before. Becca Design continued on from there, and I’ve since been making more and more miniature jewelry work.
How has your work evolved?
I’ve been creating miniatures for about 6 years now. In the beginning, they had a more kawaii design with cute and rounded shapes. Now I’m trying to make my jewelry as realistic as possible.
Advice for beginner miniaturists?
Have patience and use material you’re comfortable working with. If you’re not satisfied with the result the first time, just try again, and again…
Fimo clay, of course!
Candy stores and bakeries.
Why miniatures? What appeals to you most about what you do?
New minis in the works? What’s to come from Becca Design?
A new ice cream collection is on its way and also more miniature food!