This is a recent charm I did for the witch/wiccan/pagan swap. I had such fun on that swap. And I love polymer clay. This one I used fine glitter on the top, and it did fine in the baking. I was worried it would burn, but the glitter and the jewel did fine! Enjoy, love to hear feedback!
Here's my last load of little food charms. Sorry for some of the sideways and blurry pics, my camera's still busted and I was using my cell phone. All of them are hand sculpted. I would love to hear what you think, and I am always up for constructive crits and ideas! (Oh and all of them have rings to attach to charms or stitch markers, even if they are hidden in the pics)
Cupcake with a strawberry on top:
Cupcake with sprinkles:
Poison Cupcake: (idea from the neopets evil faerie gifts from her quests)
Poison Pie (also inspired by the Evil Faerie on neopets):
Both were handsculpted using fimo and sculpy. The hat is varnished with the fimo clear varnish. I'd love to hear what you think! I think I'm going to make smaller hats and do earrings! (My Mom wants them bad lol)
My Mom is a teacher at one of our local highschools. She teaches English, Spanish, and this year she has her first mythology course. One of her favorites to teach is the myth of the Raven from the Pacific Northwest Native Americans. So, I interpreted the image of the Raven from the book she has: Raven A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Northwest. I freehand sketched it on the shrinkydink page, used sharpies to color him, and when he was done baking I used embossing powder and put a few layers of the clear on him to seal him. Mom just has to find a chain for him. I photoed him in the window so that you can see the colors better. I would love feedback, I had alot of fun making him, and Mom loved him.
My sister saw the other shirt that I made for myself and begged to have one to go to camp with. So, like mine that I made I trimmed the neckline to become an 80's type off the shoulder shirt, trimmed the sleeves to cap length and trimmed about and inch and a half off the bottom. I then stretched the fabric by the cuts to make them roll over. Unfortunatley, she's tiny, and the medium shirt swam on her. So I cut it up the back and tied it together, and it ended up fitting awesomely. I used puffy paints and a brush and my finger for all of the work on the front of the shirt. When it was done I added glitter paint to hers. (She's a sparkely type of girl)
For this shirt, I free hand sketched out a hollow mask inspired by Ichigo's hollow mask from Bleach onto a stencil. I then used a 50/50 bleach water mix to spray on this. I went back in with the clorox bleach pen to bring out some details.
This was once a normal black tshirt. I cut the sleeves off to cap length, cut the neck line to be off the shoulder, and trimmed some off of the bottom. Then I stretched the material where I had cut it, so that it would roll up and have that cute 80's look to it. After that, the rest of it I painted with puffy paint using a brush and my fingers. I tried to recreate a doodle that I had done in one of my sketch books. Sorry for the crappy pics, camera is out, so I'm using my phone. Enjoy!
(and excuse the spots on the mirror, its really not dirty, it has paint splatters lol)
This is one of my first bleached tshirts. It was done freehand from a sketch that I had done in my sketchbook. I used a clorox bleach pen. I really liked the control that the bleach pen lended. I can't wait to do more!