Handmade Jewelry For The Junk Food Addict

Handmade Jewelry For The Junk Food Addict

A new take on jewelry design sees the creation of miniature polymer clay food replicas that look to good enough to eat.

Anna Brillon
  • 30 august 2011

If you’re looking for a healthy low-calorie gift for a junkaholic, then miniature junk food jewelry is a great alternative. Designer Rachel Poston, aka Roscata, posted some of her new polymer clay creations on her Etsy page. One eye-catching piece is a brooch that is a mini replica of a Swanson Hungry Man pork chop TV dinner – complete with the fix-ins and dessert.

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