Saturday, September 10, 2011


Tiramisu is absolutely irresistible to me and my daughter (the apple doesn't fall far from the tree).  We went overboard eating it recently, though it was worth every bite!  These mini slices are now available in my shops :)

Snakewood and ebony bowl by Jeff Spera.  Snakewood and Madagascar ebony hollow vessel by Bill Helmer.

Ok, this blog has been a snooze lately and I apologize for it.  I've been on a mission to fill my neglected shops with inventory so I can spend time on projects that have been calling out to me.  Can someone please send me more hours for my day?


  1. Extra hours is very rare in the market for life!
    But as your reader, I hope you get some.:)
    I love your minis!

  2. ooooh i used to <3 i miss should come to Singapore. we live in the future!

    *groans* XD

  3. Your tiramisu look more sinful than the usual!

    You don't want more hours. You will just spend them doing all the other things and not mini..haha

  4. My favorite dessert, worth every sinful bite. Looks great in mini. Wonderful work.

  5. Perfetti e bellissimi.....tralaltro è il mio dolce preferito!!!!

  6. Eliana ♥ I agree; extra hours are precious and rare. I will learn to make do with what I have :) I love your minis, too!

    Cindy ♥ Tiramisu reigns with creme brulee not far behind XD If everything goes as planned, I'll be in your future next year :)

    Sans ♥ I think my craving for the real thing flowed into the mini making XD

    I can be such the dallier at times. Waste not, want not ;)

    Drora ♥ You have great taste :) Glad you like the minis. It took much longer to make than the real thing! Hugs from Hawaii

    Patrizia ♥ Many thanks, I am so happy you like the miniatures. Your critique means a lot to is an Italian dessert after all! kisses from Hawaii

    Kathy ♥ You, too?!!! :) Thanks for the wonderful compliment...btw, love your Halloween minis!

  7. Awww, that's cute and Tiramisu is my fav cake :)



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