This miniature scene titled "Party Crashers" is part of my "Mouse Mischief" series and as the name suggests it captures the moment in which 3 mischievous little mice decide to crash a birthday party when none of the guests are looking.

One of the little rascals can be seen sitting on the chocolate and cherry cake, lowering a cherry to his friend who awaits with open arms, while the third one can be spotted casually sitting among the doughnuts where he'll carry on eating until told otherwise by one of those silly humans who left the food unattended, rookie mistake!

My "Mouse Mischief" series started with single slices of blueberry cake being snacked on by peckish mice, but the whole concept stemmed from my childhood. My dad always used to say I was the mouse of the house because of my penchant for cheese and as a joke he always told me to whistle when carrying the cheese to the table, to make sure I was not eating any on the way! 

My mice however have a penchant for any food they can stuff in their mouths! 

Details: 

🍓Measurements: 12.5cm long by 6cm high by 5.1cm deep approx.
🍓Miniature food featured in this scene: chocolate and cherry cake, doughnuts, galaxy cupcakes, chocolate chip cookie cupcakes, party ring biscuits, jam biscuits, cupcakes with pink frosting and a cup of tea with a heart on it; plus mini napkins and candles.
🍓Handmade with love:
I'm a free hand sculptor, I don't use molds of any kind unless they are of my own pieces. Every piece in this scene is made by me with the exception of the cake stand (glass), plate (ceramic) and fork (metal). 
🍓All the elements in the scene are secured to the wooden board, also handmade by me.
🍓All pieces come gift-wrapped using eco-friendly packaging.

 

This item is not a toy.
Colours may appear slightly different due to screen/camera settings.

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Mouse Mischief Series: "Party Crashers" - Miniature Scene

£156.00Price
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