0 : 5

Monday 12:00 CET to Tuesday 12:00 CET – Build 5 LomoWalls which represent your love for analogue – Reward: 5 Piggies

0 : 1

Tuesday 12:00 CET to Wednesday 12:00 CET – Write a blog entry about why you love analogue photography – Reward: 5 Piggies

0 : 50

Wednesday 12:00 CET to Thursday 12:00 CET – Upload 50 Photos - Reward: 5 Piggies

0 : 1

Thursday 12:00 CET to Sunday 21:00 CET – Who do you think will win the huge climax to the football fiesta in Brazil? Take a lucky strike and make your guess in our magazine article - Reward: 10 Piggies

Have an account? Login | New to Lomography? Register | Lab | Current Site:

Make Camera-Shaped Dessert Using Your Diana Baby 110 Packaging

Thought your film camera was just for shooting? Think again! After unboxing my Diana Baby 110, I made use of the plastic packaging to make a lovely analogue mango pudding! Now isn't that sweet? Yummy!

Photo by kwandog

After unboxing my adorable Diana Baby 110, I decided to use the plastic packaging to make mango pudding! I can see that puddle of drool pooling. Here’s how to make your own camera-shaped pudding!

Photo by kwandog

Just buy pudding mix from your nearest supermarket (I am quite sure every supermarket should have this in various flavors). I chose mango and followed the instructions on the box. Then, before refrigerating the stirred mixture, I added some diced mango into it. I poured the batter into the analogue mold (the Diana Baby 110 is the perfect proportion for me, but you can experiment with all the other Lomography cameras, of course!), chill it in the fridge, and wait, wait, wait… until it is solid!

Finally, your yummy analogue dessert is ready to eat. Just make it—it’s easy and sweet. Bon appétit!

Stunning images in the smallest scale, that’s what the Diana Baby 110 brings! With two interchangeable lenses, this tiny camera will wow you with its versatility and introduce you to the wonderful world of 110 photography. Put it in your pocket and carry along to your photo expeditions – the Diana Baby 110 makes snapping up spectacular photos super easy!

written by kwandog


  1. istionojr



    11 months ago · report as spam
  2. segata


    I wonder what the heat tolerance is on the plastic, would be a good basis for an analouge birthday cake too :)

    11 months ago · report as spam
  3. bebopbebop



    11 months ago · report as spam
  4. stratski



    11 months ago · report as spam
  5. kwandog


    thx all!!
    segata, your idea is good!!

    11 months ago · report as spam
  6. gatokinetik-o


    wow! nice and delicious... i will try with chocolate :D

    11 months ago · report as spam
  7. kwandog


    Nice~Share to us~ @gatokinetik-o

    11 months ago · report as spam
  8. andrea-roppa

    I don't wanna be a party pooper but are we sure that plastic is non toxic? for sure the idea is really cool. :)
    11 months ago · report as spam
  9. djobrien687

    Would love to make jellies with the diana mini packaging, shame the fisheye packaging wasn't similar, great idea.

    11 months ago · report as spam
  10. yago56


    Great !!!

    2 months ago · report as spam
  11. yerzmyey


    Hahaha, this is INSANE. :)

    PS: Diana Baby RULEZ BIG TIME!

    2 months ago · report as spam

Read this article in another language

This is the original article written in: English. It is also available in: ภาษาไทย, 中文(繁體版), 中文(繁體版), Français, Deutsch, Türkçe & Italiano.