This pretty brooch by Jamie Smedley, writing for FireMountainGems, showcases some of the lovely effects you can get with the range of products at FMG. The cut and stamped designs are highlighted with guilder’s wax. You can see a lot …
I’m not sure what my fascination is with mini foods but they’re tiny and adorable. The little noodles are even translucent!
I got into clay to make beads for my jewellery making hobby. And I made a ton of beads. Zedster66 tried out clay then moved onto felting… until she had a need for fabulous buttons.
One of the qualities …
Part of my Christi class last week was learning a little about her new line of metal coatings, patinas and dyes. They’re not actual paints though they go on like it. They are metal in paint form and the surface …
One of my favourite clay things is a face – face canes, sculpted faces, molded art doll faces… you name it.
An adorable teapot of mice for a decoration and some of the prettiest wedding cakes out there… at 1/12th scale. The starts of a perfect miniature polymer clay wedding scene.
I went looking for minis again and found some cuties – not all foods even. I could totally live in the little house… if I were an inch tall.
The end of summer that is. Here’s a few beauties people tagged as end of summer items on Flickr. What does your end of summer look like?
This is a sweet idea – a necklace in two parts, good for you and a friend. I’m continuing along with polymer clay pieces that work together, make friends, emphasize the whole “better together” theme.…
Monday will be Victoria Day here, a holiday (let’s hear the cheers from the kiddos!). Of course, that lead me to think: I wonder what we have for polymer clay and Victoria. As it turns out a lot of people …
A couple polymer clay interpretations of rain for this rainy day!…
The people who can make those perfect faux Easter treats out of polymer clay are impressive. The ones who can make them 1/12th skill are geniuses I tell you! At 1/12th scale, the little clay bits melt on your finger …
I’m a big fan of using wire to make my jewellery and I even add it to my clay directly, sometimes. Nothing like the work of Italian artist Daniela D’Uva though! Her lovely pieces are sculptural and delicate with lovely …
Maybe it’s because I’m a Valentines Day baby. Who knows? But I have fondness for a lot of the trinkets you find associated with the day… when they’re a little quirky. And here’s a good start for the occasion: magnets! …