Do your small populations need some totally blinged out desserts of questionable aesthetic value? Look no further. BC Mini, purveyor of Japanese novelty erasers, keychains, squishy food replicas, and other necessary things, sells overdecorated circular cakes and candy houses, perfect for all your small-scale baking competitions.
They come individually packaged. I picked them up at Homeport, a local independent home goods and tchotchke shop. Cakes were $5.00, houses $6.00.
Well. Those are really… something, all right. Cake and house plastic is rubbery; icing plastic is softer. Everything is solidly glued together, except for the decorative balls on the house closest to the camera. Cake is ~4cm in diameter and 3cm high at peak of toppings. Houses are 4x2x4cm. Both types come in several color schemes with various fruits and decorations, as well as easily removable keyrings. Basket and cake stand are by Rement and not included.
Let’s see them with some dolls for scale, shall we? The Master shows off his latest in edible architecture to Alison, who thinks it looks delicious.
The Doctor asks Bill to help them with the cake they just got. Bill can’t believe her luck. [She puts her hands in her hair like that when she’s excited.]
As you can see, they work pretty well for 1:6 scale. They’re also tacky as hell. I consider this a feature, not a bug. 😀