Over my spring break I got busy with the clay (Fimo Soft). Seriously love that stuff.
While I love making charms and such from clay, I HATE the tedium of varnishing (Sculpey gloss). I do love the outcome, though (shiny shiny..oh my goodness). And it IS fun to peel off fingertips...~_o
Here's some jewelry made from the charms:
I tried baking the rhinestones with the clay (just for the hell of it). They went melty cool. Kept their shape, but lost the facets. Hahaha. Loved experimenting with it, though.
I meant to make licorice candy charms ages ago. I think it's been done often and is a logical conclusion for polymer clay candy. Coincidentally, my father gave me some All Sorts without knowing I made this bracelet during the week. Great minds, man. ~_o
Most important meal of the day. Mmm, fattening.
I made one of these for my aunt to give to my little cousin. I don't know what she thinks of it yet.
I think it's been apparent since my first post here that I have an odd affiliation with tp and poo. It's time to love things in a new way.
Making the layers on this made me SO SO happy. I love looking at pictures of baked goods and trying to imitate what I see. Often, it fails (and is thrown out, hahaha), but sometimes I think it looks OK to be shared.
I was doodling chocolate designs for some print media. Decided it'd be fun to make them out of clay too. The more I look at this, though, the more I think of flan. Glorious rectangular flan.
Toast Posts! (I like saying that, it makes me giggle).
I finally got around to making some post earrings.
I'm tired of the dangleys.
He winks at you.
All I want ot do now is make little cake rings and be SUPER CAKE HANDS!
This is my favourite of all the cakes and pies I've made lately. I was working on it late at night and danced around when I ixed the kiwi colour that I liked.
I want to eat it, really. I think it'd be fun to try to bake a cake similar to this for my birthday. It'll probably be a disaster, but I can blame the ring.
I found gold paint. I got excited.
These rhinestones were glued on. And I added sparkles, which look weird when photographed sometimes. I need to work on that, b/c I love sparkles. *_* <- see, that proves the sparkle love.
There were other things I made, and I'll share those at a later date (I don't want to bog the universe down with photos).
Oh, I wanted to share my happiness of realizing that Dick Blick's prices on polymer clay are SO lower than Michael's or Joann's.
Seriously saved when buying large blocks of white and translucent.