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Impressive, but how would one keep bugs off of them (chocolate, jelly beans, sugar...)?

I didn't get the impression that these were meant to survive for any length of time. Once the photo effect is achieved, there's no need to keep the components.

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What bugs? Once the photo was taken, I'd be eating the chocolate and the nuts. Actually, I think there's a technique to finishing food items the same as Fimo items to keep bugs off of them. Not sure what it is, but I imagine it would be like putting a coat of varnish or something on them.

And you guys are all welcome! I looked at those pictures and was properly humbled. And I think I'll stick to what I know about dollhouses. That's this | | much.

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Kelly: First, :lol: :roflmao: :yum: ,Me too!! Second,I've read of coating mini food made of bread dough with either shellac or varnish (Or are they the same thing-I really don't know!) There are those who swear they've never had bugs or deterioration of anything treated this way. I have never tested it out...But I've noticed there are an awful lot of artists/artisans who make or build or create,etc. their works,then photograph and dismantle... I even saw an article once in Dollhouse Miniatures magazine where a woman created these cartoonish animal characters in very detailed scenes where just about everything was made of clay, then it was photographed and everything took apart. Seems a waste to me,but to each their own,of course! I do love the shower curtain idea!! Cool!

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