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« on: June 10, 2011 12:33:25 PM »

I was sent a DIY craft kit in a swap teaching me about polymer clay food. I was given a bunch of clay and tutorials and this is what ive made so far. i didnt follow the tutorials exactly and made a few things a bit differently but it was a great starting point.
Ive made a cupcake, which i have to bake and put icing on as well, donuts, a plate of bacon and eggs and some waffles. I did the cupcake a bit different so you dont see the line between the cupcake liner and the top cakey part. Im also going to use silicon for the icing rather than twisting white clay. I did the donut the same way except i modified it to make a boston creme as well. and i also made round waffles instead of square ones, and made them on their own instead of on the plate with the eggs and bacon.

i still have more things to make using the tutorials but i think this was a good start. ive baked and glazed the plate of bacon and eggs with my last batch of clay goodies, but i havent baked any of the others yet. i still have to use my alcohol to get rid of the finger prints as well but i wanted to post these while people were still posting pictures in the swap so my partner will be able to see the things ive done with their help.
Id love to hear any comments you all have
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2011 02:26:35 AM »

I just saw this. I think they turned out wonderfully:)

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