This project was delayed by several weeks due to a torn ligament in my thumb, but it's finally done and installed.
I'm moving in with my best friend and for the longest time, she has had her heart set on having Tweety Bird shower curtains. I didn't really like the idea, but it meant a lot to her, so I agreed on one condition: that I choose the shower curtain hooks.
In case the pictures aren't clear, those are cat paws with claws extended. They're grey instead of white because my cat is grey and loves to bat at the curtains while I shower.
I'm not too happy with how they turned out, but I suppose it's not too bad given that it's my first experience working with polymer clay. At any rate, I don't think people will be too critical of the appearance of shower curtain hooks. I think in future I would glue the decorations on instead of baking them onto the hooks. I found it hard to get the paws shaped right while keeping them well-secured. After all the trouble with my thumb, though, I'm just glad to have finally completed it.