Colette is a greedy and flirtatious little child. At teatime, she wouldn't miss her cupcake for anything, until the day she asked the question: "Granny, why is it called a "cupcake"?" Granny Manon, used to the little girl's questions, told her nostalgically about her childhood: "When I was a little girl, we used terracotta cups to bake these cupcakes ...".
Colette is said to have made cupcakes for her entire life. But don't worry about her diet! Colette prepared them both in her oven and in her workshop to transform them into accessories, and thus to satisfy her flirtatious side!
My name is Moucheline. Curious and a bit quirky, I wanted this site to reflect my tastes.
Attracted from a very young age to creative leisure activities, it was only in the summer of 2018 that ideas germinated in my mind, till I laid the foundations of this site: crafts, creations and the French culture. And because Humankind is at the heart of craftsmanship, revealing all its diverse expressions, I decided to surround myself with people who have the gift of creativity: Lynn and Raphaëlle. As fine craftswomen, they bring out all the beauty in porcelain and delight us with each of their creations.
This site is our story, because art is meant to be shared: take ownership of these creations, share them, and they will delight you on a daily basis.
Have a good trip into the world of Pelote de Porcelaine and… Cock-a-doodle-doo !
With a wooden pendant, the earrings bring you closer to nature and its benefits: zen, serenity and well-being ! It will also make your personality shine thanks to the shape of the golden cupcake, while remaining discreet and elegant with its very soft size (2 cm in height). Easy to put on, their resistance will also allow you to wear it on many occasions while maintaining their shine!
Key features :
- Only 20 copies !
- Material: wood (from different French regions) cut in western France
- Thickness: 3 mm
- Colors: golden, black and red
- Height of the pendant: around 2 cm
- Delivery time : 5 to 10 working days
- Delivery: free
The possible defects of realization are the assurance of a hand painted product (non-contractual photo).