Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Squeeeee! So Cute!


Look at this teeny-tiny miniature gingerbread house! Isn't it wonderful? It was made by an Israeli artist, Shay Aaron, who specializes in crafting miniature food items. You can see more of her amazing work by clicking here.

43 comments:

jaz@octoberfarm said...

how cute!

The Happy Whisk said...

Oh my goodness. How little is that? I wouldn't want to eat it after all that work.

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

That is adorable! Imagine how much patience and concentration that takes.

mxtodis123 said...

I love it. She sure has lots of talent.
Mary

DEZMOND said...

let us lick the roof

Francie M said...

Cute, but I'll stick with a great big fricken piece of carrot cake for dessert, thanks anyway Debra.

Snap said...

I know you love gingerbread houses. This is too cute and we are getting too close to THE holidays!

Jeanne said...

OMG! What talent! Just unbelievable. (I need to pick my mouth up off the floor)
Great find and thanx for sharing! :0)

Cheryl said...

That is ssooooo cute. Shay Aaron must have some steady hands.

They Come Along said...

Wow that is so cute and oh so tiny!

Sulky Kitten said...

Adorable little masterpieces.

Adam said...

so cute

Melanie said...

Are you kidding me right now? That is adorable!!!!!

Suzanne said...

too friggin cute!

Mary said...

Oh my gosh! It's exquisite. Like a tiny ruby. :)

Willow said...

Just give me one bite.

Birdie said...

That needs to be on cuteoverload.com

Leeanna Henderson said...

She has amazing talent! I went to her site and saw the things she made. Sooooo cute! And so little. She is truly amazing.

Anne said...

That is so charming and truly a work of art.

Sara said...

So cute! And now I want tiny candy.

Professor Chaos said...

Holy Cow! Those are unbelievable!

Introverted Art said...

oh my goodness i wouldnt be able to eat it it's so cute!!!

Linda said...

OMG!!!
How tiny are the people that eat this?

Cheers!
Linda :o)

Lisa said...

wow !straight to Prue goes this photo- she will want to do this no doubt !

Magaly Guerrero said...

I WANTS to eat it!

DWei said...

I wonder how much she could make from selling these.

Kellie @ Delightfully Ludicrous said...

So cute! Although I'd be tempted to eat it.

The Silver Bunny said...

Oh my ! Ideal for people on a diet; you can boast you ate a whole cake !x

Jim said...

YUM! Nom nom nom......

sophie...^5 said...

Did I say I was hungry!!

winks

Laura said...

could not be cuter!

Elsie said...

It's funny how that shows up in the feed and how it really is once you click on the blog. Amazing!

Cheryl said...

Imagine this written in ultra tiny lettering:

That gingerbread house so darn cute!

Dawna said...

really great work :)

Magic Love Crow said...

Truly amazing and so cute!!!

Riot Kitty said...

Wow, I can't imagine being able to do anything so small to perfection like that.

laughingwolf said...

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

A Beer For The Shower said...

I sent this to my mother-in-law. She absolutely adores tiny things like this and has an entire display cabinet devoted to them (tiny tea sets, tiny dinnerware, etc).

Joy Christi said...

That looks delicious--err, I mean ADORABLE.

Marla Robinson said...

that is adorable and amazing

klahanie said...

Hi Debra,

How incredible to get things that small. I wont make mention of a dude jumping into really cold water.

Seriously, amazing creations. All it needs is a miniature Hansel and Gretel :)

Take care, eh.

Guillaume said...

WHat witch dwells in this one?

Bird said...

Oh holy smokes, that's incredible. I can't even imagine having to be that precise working with such tiny pieces of clay. I have trouble with buttoning the small buttons on my sleeves! Very cool. Love the rainbow cake slice on her site.