At some point, we've all wanted a Hand of the King pin...but do we really want the possibility of having our heads chopped off? Here's a sure way to have the pin, without the responsibilities Video tutorial: http://youtu.be/Xw5aEGVcOeU
Don't get me wrong, I think Rilakkuma is cute, but this sandwich was just too fun of an idea to ignore. This piece is so easy and fun to make. All the details are made with polymer clay Video tutorial is here: http://youtu.be/OMNfBrK9WNA
I had a really hard time trying to figure out a way to make a Little Mermaid necklace that was playful and reminiscent of my childhood. After at least 5 different necklaces and tries, I finally decided to embelish this piece with some rhinestones and small cabuchons to give it a childish feel, meanwhile making it into a beaded necklace gives it an adult-like respect lol...At least that's what I tell myself. The background is polymerclay brushed with chalk pastels so it can have a crayon effect to it.
I LOVE my parrot. Birds in general are such sweet companions; although don't let their sweet face fool you lol, they can be little devils! This pin is made entirely from clay by hand. Each color is it's own piece. Check out the tutorial if you want to make one
TMNT occupies a very special place in my heart. I grew up watching the cartoons and can't imagine my collection of toys without them. I decided to try a chibi version of Michelangelo since I already made a large Nickelodeon version previously.
When I saw the movie was out, I knew I needed to make something Lego-related. Here's a miniature lego man (Emmet) tutorial. Hope you guys like it I bought the glass jar from the dollar store. The lego guy is fully polymer clay with painted on details (acrylic paint)