Littlest Sweet Shop was featured in the latest Kawaii Submissions post, but did you know they also have a super cute YouTube channel to help you make your own kawaii miniatures? If you’re into DIYing your own colorful fake foods, there are several tutorials to help you.
The rainbow pancake stack looks so magical! I enjoy their style of miniatures since it mixes kawaii with traditional miniature details. The tutorials are all filmed clearly and explained well, which is especially important when the project is tiny.
The candy drop checkerboard cake would make a pretty edition to a scene or a Re-Ment display case. If you’re a beginner at clay, there are a few tools used that you may not have; however, there are easy-to-find alternatives to all supplies used in the videos.
If you’re looking for some ice cream, their banana splits look good enough to eat! The miniatures honestly look like Re-Ment pieces, so they pair perfectly.
Something that’s impressive to look at but deceptively simple is the colorful crepe cake. I appreciate there are multiple colorways featured to give you some variation ideas.
Just like the real thing, the mont blanc is a bit more step-heavy, but the video does a great job of explaining each step. I wish I could find a rainbow mont blanc in real life!
It’s definitely worth watching the rest of the videos – find them all here. If you’d like to own some of these cute kawaii miniatures without needing to make them, check out the Littlest Sweet Shop on Etsy.
Andi lives in the countryside of Georgia in a house packed with kawaii decor and vintage toys. When she’s not barricaded in her pink craft room creating something, she can be found reading, playing Animal Crossing games, or baking something to satisfy her massive sweet tooth. Andi is currently taking a mental health break, but hopes to be back in 2023.