The most common wedding craft made from polymer clay seems to be the wedding cake toppers. While I’m not talented enough to do realistic sculptures of people… I’m not the only one who thinks a more stylized shape would work …
Because everything is cuter in miniature (and in polymer clay):
Usually I sneak my mosaic in earlier in the week but I’ve had a heckuva cold and got all mixed up this week – so here’s a little of what’s showing up in polymer clay:
My little jaunt through Flickr turned up mom themed work from favourite artists and new finds alike. What are you planning on claying for Mother’s Day?
From the neat and new department of Clay on Etsy:
|Kaleidoscope Cane by IKandiClay||Adjustable Bracelet by FruitLoopJewellery|
|OOAK Sculpted Fairy by LaurieAnnGray||Funny Bunny Ring by PennysLane|
I try to browse Flickr (and elsewhere! everywhere, it seems, sometimes) every week to see what polymer clayers are up to and posting. This week there was super stuff around -
Vickie Turner has some excellent in-depth info and step by step discussion of polymer clay. A recent post series starts with her explaining how clay works and comparing it to wax and earth clay. Have a browse, pick up some …
Where I live, spring hasn’t really shown up and the weather is atrocious. Which leads to a lot of comfort food being made and eaten. Here’s the miniature, polymer clay version!
I was joking that my spring was gone to the birds (not shaping up to be very springy and awesome). But I love birds and like an crafty ADD person that got me thinking of birds and clay away went …
Continuing along with the canes… here’s a good selection of current cane work from Flickr:
Today I got lucky and went to the Vancouver Aquarium – there are fish and sharks and sea turtles and otters and frogs… pretty much everything aquatic and awesome. It made picking this Monday’s Mosaic very simple:
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Terrariums are wonderful miniature worlds and since polymer clay is such a fabulous medium for making minis… here’s a selection of terrarium minis by clayers to enjoy:
|Mini Fairy Village by FizzyClaret||Toadstool Trio by PumpkinTreeLane|
|Clay Fox Sculpture by|
I’m a little late writing about this because Katie has been knee deep in the Friesen Project for ages now but late to the party or not, here’s the deets:
In a nutshell it’s 52 weeks spent devouring Christi Friesen’s
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
What do you do when this stuff piles up? This is part of the stack from my desk. I went and made a bunch of fun stuff. Other clayers seem to make great pieces from their scraps, too.
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