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Hello my name is Sarah and I make 12th scale miniature food from polymer clay. My website is www.dollhousekitchen.com

Please have a look I have some new St Patrick's Day themed miniatures and I am about to start work on my Easter Collection.

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Hello, Sarah, your Belgian chocolates look deadly yummy!

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