Saturday, July 18, 2009

Doll Agar Agar

We are invited to a BBQ party later today and I have volunteered to bring some agar agar for them. This was made last night. Quite time consuming but worth it, don't you think so?

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23 comments:

tracieMoo said...

Wow! It's so stunning! You made this? Definitely takes up alot of time there..

Simply Sweetie said...

Very beautiful. A lot of work & time.

Anonymous said...

wow...it's really beautiful. Can the body n head be eaten?

Blessed Homemaker said...

Gorgeous!!

Ellena said...

Wow.. this is really amazing!!!! The colour is so lovely :)

Amy said...

Goodness! Too pretty to be eaten.

Pudgy Mummy said...

Wow! Do you have to let each layer solidify before you add in the next layer?

My Asian Kitchen said...

look pretty colorful and delicious!!

Anonymous said...

This will be the centrepiece at the BBQ party!
So stately and beautiful.

Doreen said...

WOW!
It's BEAUTIFUL!

It is hard to insert the doll in without destroying the agaragar?

Fong said...

nice colours. One question - how do you insert the doll into the agar agar without spoiling it?

Anonymous said...

Hi Baking Mum,
Where can i buy the barbie doll?

Thanks
Melinda

Pet猫猫 said...

Wow! Amazing! it's very beautiful

Anonymous said...

wow....this is fantastic...u really have a lot of patience. you are really very good at this!You are a true Baking ma ma
the above comments are by my two princesses...they love the agar agar very much..

Emily

Hugbear said...

Thanks all for your compliments. Yes, you have to wait for each layer to harden before you can add the next layer. The barbie doll is only half body and just below the waist it has a shape point where you can insert it into the agar agar. I think I bought it from Ng Meng Huat in JB.

Anonymous said...

OH MY GOODNESS! you are AMAZING! SOOOOO PRETTTTTYYY ; ) ah leng

Hugbear said...

Ah leng, this is pretty but then hor, a lot of work lor. Imagine one layer after one layer. Plus every layer has a specific measurement.

Pronagar said...

Wonderfull. How do you stick one layer with the other? Do the layer slip?

Hugbear said...

No the layer doesn't slip. When the layer is harden you can use a toothpick or a fork to light scratch it so that the next layer will stick well together.

Christina said...

It's a really grate job!

Jennifer said...

Hi LeeLee,

Stunning piece of work! Very pretty! Ya, it will take a long to do all the layers, need lots of patience to do it.

Jennifer

Iced Latte said...

I've been a stealth reader of your blog and this piece of art has prompted my first comment.

This is really GORGEOUS!

Keep up all your good work!

deb said...

GORGEOUS is just an understatement! You've got a GIFT!! One GREAT baking mum indeed! How can anyone ever sink their teeth into this stunning princess??? =)

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