29 Miniature Food Clay Sculptures That Look Good Enough To Eat

If you’re someone who lacks certain culinary skills, maybe you could take a leaf out of Kim Clough’s book. Kim, who admittedly isn’t great at cooking in the real world, has a wonderful talent for creating miniature food models. Made from clay, her sculptures are bursting with impressive detail. They are super realistic and look good enough to eat! The models are made on a 1:12 scale, so as you can imagine creating them is not an easy task. Take a look!
Website: FairChildArtMiniatures

Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Banana Bread

Cookie Dough Ice Cream

Process Of Decay – Banana

Cheese Variety

Christmas Cake

Black Forest Cake

Porridge

Rustic Desserts Table

Buttered English Muffins

Cheese Display

Carved Turkey

English Breakfast

Simple White Cake Prep

Kim says her love for miniatures is because ‘it gives you a sense of being able to control a large part of the world in a small contained space.’ It’s easy to look at her models and think they are life sized due to the detail they behold, but when compared to her fingers or a coin, it’s unbelievable how talented Kim is. The clay sculptures would be perfect for those who own doll houses and/or enjoy all things miniature. Keep going to see more yummy dishes!

A Feast For No-Face

Process Of Decay – Fruit Bowl

Herring Pot Pie

Ham And Potatoes

Sponge Cake

Fried Chicken And Waffles

Danish Pastries

Tortilla Sombrero

Shamrock Bread Bowl With Potato Soup

Spaghetti And Garlic Bread

Ham And Pineapple Pizza

Ramen

Nachos

Vegetable Stew And Rotisserie Chicken

Steamed Red Buns

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