Please introduce yourself and your brand
We are Caroline, Alice and Rob, we are Mini Patisserie and we make polymer clay craft kits! We have been making things out of polymer clay since we were little, particularly jewellery, beads and doll’s house accessories – for example, supplying our Sylvanian Families with miniature fondant fancies and swiss rolls. We have realised that combining all of these into kits would work well so that children can enjoy making things too.
How would you describe your style and your creations?
We spend a fair amount of time in cafes ‘researching’ and when designing, take inspiration from Japanese Kawaii style which is based around cuteness and bright colours.
What can we expect to find on your stall at The Fairy Tale Fair Brighton this Spring?
As well as our original jewellery, we will be running a drop in workshop where children (and parents if they want!) can decorate their own polymer clay charm.
We’ve run workshops at the Fairy Tale Fair Brighton quite a few times now and each time we come away buzzing so we’re very happy to be back! We like to bring new items to each workshop for people to decorate so there will be some Easter themed charms. All the parts to make a necklace or keyring are included. Your charm will need baking at home at a low temperature to harden and we provide full instructions.
Cupcake and pizza clay kits are available to take home for when you get the crafting bug!
Do you have any plans or ambitions for the future?
We will soon be launching our kits online under the new name ‘Letterbox Kits’ to enable us to branch out and share how to make all sorts of things. Watch this space!
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Why does chocolate taste better when it’s egg shaped?
How can we find out more about you?
Come down to the Fairy Tale Fair and talk to us!
In the meantime, bookmark www.letterboxkits.com and join us this year for our launch!