These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

American Kim really knows how to cook: she makes gorgeous miniatures out of artistic polymer clay that look like real food. In her art, the girl uses a scale of 1: 12 and covers entire tables with clay dishes. However, at such a table, you can fit only wood elves. Oh, if only all this were still edible!

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Black Forest cake.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Mint ice cream with chocolate chips.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Roast vegetables and fried chicken.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Cheese plate.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Dessert table.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

A cup of fruit, fresh and rotten.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Lunch for the Faceless One.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Turkey.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Ice cream with cookies.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Preparation of a simple cake with white cream.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

English breakfast.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Bananas are in different stages of freshness.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Danish pastries.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Cheese display case.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Christmas cupcake.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Irish soup in bread.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Pizza with ham and pineapple.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Banana bread.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Pasta.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Knuckle with potatoes.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Spaghetti with meatballs and garlic bread.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Dim Sum.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

English butter muffins.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Belgian waffles with fried chicken.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

A simple sponge cake.

These Mini clay sculptures Look So much like real food that It Makes Your Mouth Water

Herring pie.

Keywords: USA | Sculptures | Art | Dishes | Food and drinks | Polymer clay | Miniatures | Gastronomy

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