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1  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Bag of Bones (photo heavy) on: February 25, 2009 02:52:10 PM
First post in this section!  I've recently aquired a sewing machine, and have been trucking along on it ever since.  I've finally made something I'm not too embarrassed to post.


I embroidered a sugar skull on some felt and sewed it onto some corduroy.


That corduroy became this bag.


Another shot.


I lined it with heart-printed jersey, and put a zipper pocket in.


A polymer clay baby version of the sugar skull, for the zipper.


In action, on my sister the model.


Aaaaaand details.



I would love any input, as this is my first real sewing success.  Thanks!
2  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Polymer Clay: Completed Projects / Owls with Scarves (Image Heavy) on: December 04, 2008 10:34:42 AM
I've been working on some fat little owls for the holidays.  They're threaded with hemp string, so they function as ornaments.  They work just sitting around, too.
Most of them don scarves, and there are two that are naked, and therefore less seasonal than the others.

They're all made with a solid chunk of polymer clay and painted with acrylic paint.  The striped scarves are all polymer, I didn't paint the stripes.  They're also glazed.

I gave them all names:

Romulus

Remus

Abraham

Olive

Henry III

Bessie

Samson

They're each about an inch and a half tall.

And here are the naked owls.  They're a bit smaller, a little under an inch high.

Dexter

Quincy


I would love any input you've got for me!  Thanks.
3  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Polymer Clay: Completed Projects / Tiny Polaroid Camera on: June 16, 2008 10:50:36 PM


This was sold awhile back, but I wanted to show you all anway.

It's made of polymer and painted with acrylics.
It's about 3/4 inch wide and tall.










And just for reference, this is the model camera it's meant to be.



It looks a lot rougher in the pictures than in real life.  It's pretty tiny; sorry for the lack of size-reference photos.

Input appreciated!  I'm thinking of making one out of clay, with clay details rather than painted-on details.  Thoughts?

4  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Polymer Clay: Completed Projects / Tiny Poly-clay Cuckoo Clock on: June 08, 2008 09:10:54 PM
First post!  I've been lurking for awhile now, though.

I've been into polymer clay for at least 10 years; my aunt bought me a set of clay with a book when I was very young, and I absolutely love it.


So here's my cuckoo clock necklace.  I've actually made another, considerably bigger one as well.

This one is still up for grabs, so I don't feel bad showing you all!

It's very tiny, as you can see in the last photo.








Feedback is very much appreciated!
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