Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Bread

Baking day with lots of breads on a kitchen counter. Someone has been busy baking. It is fun to experiment with texture, and color. Bread comes in so many shapes and sizes so the making will continue another day. Even  the croissants was fun to make!

                                                        Hope you start craving some carbs;)

                            b7

                                                Baguette basket is made by Kari Tvedt. 

b5

b2

b3

b6

30 comments:

FabShabbyRoses said...

AMAZING!!!!

Gemma (Gempo) said...

Incredible, congratulations. Tks for follow my blog and for your coment. Best wishes.

Nina said...

Realy super.

Nina

Meli said...

Too real.... and is mini!!!!
My most sincere congratulations for such extraordinary work!
Meli

Karin said...

My compliments!!!

Vane said...

Impresive!!! congrats!

Flora said...

The only thing I love most of the desserts: BREAD!
Your scene is a dream come true
:-)
Realism is perfect, absolute, feel the smell ...

Garden of Miniatures said...

The whole display with the differnt varies of breads looks great.Jeannette

Ascension said...

Increiblemente real!!!!
Que maravilla!!!!!
besitos ascension

Kim said...

mmmmmm Christel, it all looks so wonderful and mouth watering. I adore your scene-especially how the lady on the book cover looks as if she is serving the bread--brilliant!

miniature wonderland said...

its wonderful !!

Janne said...

Imponerende, det er bare lekkert !
Å alle de forskjellige sortene ,ikke lett å bestemme seg .

Ha en strålende dag !

Janne

miniacollection said...

Wonderful !
The scene is just perfect.
Geneviève

Merry Jingle said...

You've been busy! And the results are fabulous :)

Ira

Debbie said...

Its all looks wonderful Christel. I Love bread. x

synnøve said...

I love the kitchen counter!!!! It is really nice the way you have arranged and displayed all the wonderful bread you've been busy making!!!! Oh... you are so clever :)))))
Hugs
Synnøve :)

mr. pineapple man said...

your works are wonderful! amazing to look at :)

Cynthia's Minilife said...

Christel, your breads are amazing as usual - my first attempt at croissants looks like little worms. I see that the secret is the right texturing on the surface so hopefully I can figure out how to do this (unless you're willing to divulge your secret :-)
Cynthia

kimsminiatures said...

Beautiful Christel. Many hugs~ Kim

Annie said...

Really amazing work you´ve done Christel...You´re a true artist!

Liberty Biberty said...

Wonderful!!
It all looks so real! Love those kitchen scales too.
Mercedes

Eva - tatalamaru said...

Fantastic!!!! Congratulations!!!!

Puppenstubennostalgie said...

Das sieht alles sehr lecker aus Christel.... man könnte gerade reinbeissen.

Liebe Grüße PuNo/Monika

Val said...

Ooh, these are wonderful!
:)

Wee Cute Treasures said...

Fantastic texture, colours and results. Whaow!

Wee Cute Treasures said...

Another message from me to say I have an award for you at my blog. You are such an inspiration! Fantastic work! Hugs, Carol xoxo

Iris said...

I´m visit first time your blog. Your works are wonderful and croissants looks so real.

Sabiha Barkey said...

Wow, wonderful Christel, they looks so real, I almost can smell the fresh backed bread...yummie!

I'm counting the days now...hope to see you soon in Paris!

Sabihax

bastrota said...

Unbelievable, so tiny and lovely. I love all of your mini bakery.
Hugs and greetings from Bavaria, Germany
Marion

dora said...

! That fantastic scene!.and love bread, more than a cake, although the doctor I have it virtually banned, but when I see.... Hum.
I have proof of as your work in hand are wonderful,
You deserve the IGMA, and more congratulations.
Carmen kisses