Here is a bunch of stuff I have made recently. Most were custom orders, and I had a lot of fun with them! Yeehaw!
A friend of mine LOVES bowling and has done it ever since she was a little kiddie. So I made her a pair of bowling pin earrings and a matching bowling pin & bowling ball necklace.
Next, I made three cupcakes. The biggest one actually IS quite big. A lady wanted a "really big cupcake, about 2 or 3 inches big", so I did. It's on a long chain, so she can wear it as a necklace. The rest are smaller, and are for keychains.
These were SO fun to make! Their gummy bears. I couldn't get the transparency thing down because their just too darn thick to be transparent. Their double glazed and caused me to go buy some gummy bears to beat the craving. Now that I think about it, because their not THAT transparent, they kind of remind me of the colour of sour patch kids. Which I am making next.
I THINK I am getting better at taking better brighter pictures. It's just so freakin dark in this basement apartment... so I take pictures of them outside in the natural light.
She made up this e-mail address when she was a teenager (ducttapekitten) and still uses it to this day. and I told her that it was interesting e-mail address, and that it gave me an idea.
So I made this for her to remind her of her teen years.
She said she wants to get a new e-mail, so if she does, she will have this to remind her of the good old days of being an imaginative teenager!
It's a grey polymer clay head and ears. I poked holes for the eyes,nose, and whiskers and brushed on Fimo silver powder to the untreated clay. I put in the eyes and nose, as well as the loop for the top, baked it, stuck pieces of duct tape all over him, used fishing line for the whiskers, and than glazed it.
But I am looking for see through translucent plastic or glass domes. Like... half circle domes? You know when you buy a toy from 1$ or 25cent machines, and when you turn the knob it gives you a ring or toy and it's inside this plastic bubble? Well, I need half of it. Half plastic/glass domes.
I'm making little UFO's... and I need that "dome" that covers the top. You know?
I imagine that if this cupcake were a human, that they would most likely name Skinny Puppy, Klockwerk, and Throbbing Gristle as their bands of choice. I'm just not sure what to call this doozie...
I shall call it... 110110110 Cupcake V 0.1
Here are some different perspectives on this creation of mine. It took awhile to make!
Oh yeaaaah, and this is a Panda I made. He probably doesn't like Industrial music... he's more into the Backstreet Boys, I think. His rebelious side calls out to Sum 41, though... he's sort of a whimp.
This is my latest Polymer Clay pendant. It is a tasty chocolate cupcake topped with bubbly swampy waste. But out from the swamp rises three ghastly tentacles complete with yellow suction cups. He's just waiting to pull you in!!!
I was just in the neighbourhood and thought I would throw my website in here. I just created it about a week ago, and it has just gotten to the point where I *think* it is done... that is until I add new stuf in the shop after the other stuff sells.
What do you guys think of it so far? I'm curious to know about the prices. Are they too low? Too high? Criticism is always welcome!
Okee, so here is my latest creations. I found some adjustable rings at the Art Supply store down the street, and decided to make them into Cookie rings. Pictured are two Monster Cookie rings (complete with peanuts, chocolate chunks, M&M's, Skor Bits, etc...) and one Chips Ahoy! (Rainbow Chip) Cookie. Yum yum!
Next, I decided to make some Peanut butter cookies. I mixed some translucent clay with peanut-colored clay and than made tiny little ovals. I baked them off, and cut them each in half with a razorblade to make baby peanut halves. Than I mixed them into some "Peanut Butter cookie dough" and topped with a few more peanut halves. I did a bit of a criss-cross on the top with a back of a blade and baked, than added a teeny bit of gloss and to the criss cross and sprinkled on some "sugar".
Lastly, these are my favourite! I love CANDY! I wanted to make some Sour chewy candies, and Sour Watermelons came to mind. I made some watermelon slices out of a big two colour cane, and than baked them off. I glossed them quick and dunked in a container of "sugar" which is crystal clear translucent glitter/embossing powder (pretty much the same thing!)... zis was zee result!