Today we say hello to Caroline of MiniPatisserie who makes the most adorable polymer clay jewellery. She will be conducting a workshop where you can make your own creations from polymer clay and take home to bake yourself.
“I would like a miniature cake-themed jewellery craze to sweep the nation so I can get well on the way to making my first million. Other than that I’m really looking forward to running my first workshop at the Fairy Tale Fair.”– Caroline
Tell us a bit about you and what you do/ make….
I’m Caroline from MiniPatisserie and I have been making polymer clay jewellery to sell for the last couple of years, although I started making things for my sister’s Sylvanian families a couple of decades ago.
Do you have a best seller? If so what is it?
My miniature jars of marshamallows are very popular.
What do you enjoy most about your craft?
I like thinking up ideas of miniature cakes to make and watching kids pick their favourite.
Do you take part in other craft events (fairs, open houses, markets etc…)?
I have had a stall at quite a few small festivals in Brighton and have been part of a couple of exhibitions. I have also sold my jewellery in shops in Lewes and Brighton.
You will be providing a workshop for The Fairy Tale Fair- what will your workshop involve?
People will get the chance to make their own polymer clay charms to attach to jewellery, which they can then take home to bake in their oven.
What are your plans/ ambitions for the future? Or have you already achieved them?
I would like a miniature cake-themed jewellery craze to sweep the nation so I can get well on the way to making my first million. Other than that I’m really looking forward to running my first workshop at the Fairy Tale Fair.
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We look forward to taking part in Caroline’s workshop on the 9th March!