It appears that the humble Nice biscuit is becoming something of a icon in the crafting community. Perhaps folk would rather make them into works of art than actually eat them? They're usually the ones left on the plate - see this heated debate on my fave author Jasper Fforde's website.
This post from Anne at I Like flagged up the work of hwayoungjung, who draws fantastic pictures of famous British foods, including a plate of Nice, Custard Cream and Malted Milk biscuits.
Zoe Graham has created a series of biscuit works, including the Nice, by carving into sheets of MDF.
My favourite is this 'It's Nice To Be Nice' screenprint by reapwhatisew on Etsy (Etsy also has some smashing Jammie Dodger items, if you like your biscuits a more flashy). Reapwhatisew, aka Hazel Nicholls, has also has a blog, where she's posted this photo of a Nice biscuit brooch she made for a friend. Sweet.
* SONG OF THE DAY: Two Pints - The Biscuit Rap *