Just when I think I’ve plumbed the depths of the internet, when nothing looks particularly interesting to me. Just when I’ve become the most jaded, I get a tip from an artist (in this case Susan Lamb) who leads me to work that melts my heart.

Camille Allen has a masterful touch with babies. If you’ve ever tried to make miniatures, you’ll appreciate her delicate touch and her magnificent ability to capture a baby’s softness and expression. Oh my, what a treat.

Susan says there was an urban legend going around that these babies were made of marzipan. While they do look scrumptious, they are actually made of our own inedible polymer clay.

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  • reply JUNE ,

    I love the babies, and have been looking for a complete tutorial on them, so far i have had no luck.
    I am a complete novice and i really want to learn.

    your babies are wonderful

    hugs
    June UK

    • reply Michele ,

      I am also looking for complete instructions, there is a gal on ebay that has a video and face molds. I have also emailed Camille to see what she knows. If you find any lessons or seminars please email me
      Michele in Missouri

      • reply gill ...uk ,

        wonderful babies …would love to learn how to make such delicious babies too xxxgill uk

        • reply Marcia ,

          Please!!!
          I need tutorial miniatures babies.
          I’m from brazil.
          Tank you

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