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Edible Art (for Deep Pockets)

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Edible Sea Glass

Edible Beach Glass by AndiesSpecialtySweets

You know I spend a lot of time goofing on Etsy. But as much as I enjoy the Etsy disasters (and I do), I am even more delighted when I find a seller whose wares inspire and intrigue me, and AndieSpecialSweets is definitely one of those.

The items in this store are instantly striking, and I really enjoyed zooming in on the pictures to get all the amazing minute details. They’re miles beyond my price range, but after looking at how beautifully crafted they are, their prices don’t seem as outrageous. Everything can be customized, and they’d make really memorable favors for a small wedding or other momentous occasion.

I had a great time browsing the store, and I’m sure you will, too. We’ve got a lot going on today, so I’m going to let these gorgeous sweets speak for themselves.

Hope you have a great Saturday!

Epilogue: The lovely Jason & Andie’s Twitter account has also been providing me with great amusement this afternoon. I am totally going to buy some buttons and try this at work meetings.

Caramel/Vanilla Frog (way too beautiful to eat!)

Caramel/Vanilla Frog (way too beautiful to eat!)

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

27 thoughts on “Edible Art (for Deep Pockets)

  1. These are some of the most intricate sweets I have ever seen. So much detail, and the workmanship is amazing. They are far too good to eat! 🙂

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  2. I could blow a fortune on these. I live in FL–I should have seashells and starfish!! These are beyond gorgeous. You have outdone yourself, Donna. I will send you my address so you can, you know, surprise me at Christmas. 😀

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  3. they look too good to eat

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  4. Donna, thank you for being so generous with your time and kind thoughts toward our work. We’re so glad to know of your blog, as well. Grateful -Jason & Andie

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  5. Amazing and likely delicious! So cool that these are edible.

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  6. Reblogged this on Rough Rustics and commented:
    Donna found these ridiculously intricate edible creations. Aren’t they amazing?

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  7. I’ll bet they make fabulous gifts for special people.

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  8. Reblogged this on Life After Dawn and commented:
    Yes, yes, I am writing a new blog entry but here is something sweet to hold you over until I am done. My fantastic friend Donna has a blog that each day offers its readers one beautiful thing to ponder, digest, or in the case of today’s entry, literally digest! Read and behold her OBT!

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  9. Wow! Those are breathtaking works of art in any medium but the fact they are edible makes them all the more astonishing and appealing.

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  10. Mercy, these are incredible!!!

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  11. Fantastic! Chocolatiers can use a special silicone that allows them to make molds of practically anything their heart desires. (I’ve seen it on http://www.sugarcraft.com/catalog/gumpaste/plastique/plastique.htm if you’re interested in getting your hands on some.)

    These guys look like they’re having a lot of fun. Thanks for bringing this to the light to share with us! What an astonishing centerpiece one could construct using some of their products…!

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  12. Wow. I could not eat things so beautiful and painstakingly crafted.

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