Before you say “Aww, shucks!”, hear us out and you may be going #awwyis.

Have you heard of TinyPinc? If you haven’t, we’re here to enlighten you. The genius behind this venture is, according to the website, a pair of hands known as Ling (or maybe it’s a person, we’re not sure).

She (they?) uses polymer clay to make miniature food and figurines, which she turns into jewelry, magnets, key chains, and more! This is #foodporn at a whole different level.

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Ang ku kuih bracelet (RM120.00) and magnet (RM55.00). The bracelet comes in 5 delicious, inedible colours. We are very sadcited.

 

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Wearing breakfast on your ears is just asking for trouble. Tell your friends to get their own waffle or kaya and butter toast at RM40.00 a pair!

 

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Some cupcakes look too good to be eaten. Some get turned into necklaces (RM40.00). And then you try your best not to lick them.

 

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Get a rainbow cake bracelet for RM40.00 or make your own at TinyPinc workshops! Check out the website for updates.

 

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We bet you dollars to doughnuts that one pair of these (RM40.00) is simply not enough!

You can also buy these goodies at epik-shop.

Disclaimer: Tongue in Chic is not responsible for any consumption of abovementioned delicious-looking products.

 

Image credits: TinyPinc website and Instagram.