Friday, 23 April 2021

DIY Tortilla Wrap Tutorial!

It's something I've been wanting to do for years, but now that we at long last have decent internet* and I've found video editing software I like, I can finally start making YouTube video tutorials!
(*We went from 2.8Mbps download speed to 108.9Mbps, and 0.6Mbps upload to 9.9Mbps so it's safe to say there's been a massive improvement!๐Ÿ˜…)

The other day I fancied making some miniature food for a quick outdoor photoshoot I was doing with Max and Juno. I didn't want to faff about with polymer clay or anything, so I improvised and ended up creating some surprisingly realistic tortilla wraps. 


Quite a few people requested a tutorial, and as I'd been meaning to post about how to make some of the fillings for a while, it seemed like the perfect opportunity.

The tutorial includes everything you'll need to make the following, including fried chicken, a simple salsa, lettuce and even scrambled egg!


Disclaimer: I get really anxious when recording myself, and that manifests in my already pretty fast speech accelerating, so apologies for the first minute or two where I apparently don't need to breathe. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜…

I typed up accurate subtitles though, as accessibility is important, so if the rapid fire Glaswegian has you baffled, I won't hold it against you if you switch them on! 

So, go forth and make your own tiny wraps, and let me know what you'd like me to make next! I'd also love to see any you make using this tutorial, so tag me on instagram (@lynkhart) if you do!


  1. Absolutely very cool. I love the easy approach you take. The mixture of supplies is interesting too. Love all the textures...Very cool, I'm signing up so I never miss anything! Sandi

  2. I absolutely LOVED your tutorial! I'm going to have to watch that again, and make myself some wraps!

    1. Thanks! <3
      Oh please do, I’d love to see them!

  3. OKay, I was laughing out loud, And saying "oh my god" out loud multiple times - !! Amazingly realistic, no kiddin' !!

  4. This has almost nothing to do with the post, but have you ever done (or sculpted, I don't know what to say) a Hippogriff? (From the HP series).
    I think it's a really cool idea! :P