This week I decided to use the new silkscreen I bought from MOIKO silk screens. This pattern is perfect for a picnic blanket so I decided to make a miniature teddy bears picnic. It is 2.6cm high and the picnic blanket is 3 x 2.4cm.
Miniature cherry cupcakes on a cake stand for this week’s challenge, 2.6cm high. I love cupcakes and had lots of fun making this.
For week 29, I made a miniature starfish, 2.4cm high. She is keeping the miniature seahorse company. 🙂
I wasn’t sure what I wanted to make for this week’s challenge, but then, I received an email from Kater’s Acres with a free tutorial. And I immediately knew I wanted to make it. So, this is my miniature seahorse (3.2 cm high) inspired by Katie’s tutorial.
This week I made a miniature kawaii moon. It is 2cm high. I mixed glow in the dark clay with the grey and it glows when it’s very dark.
Wow!! We are half way through the 2020 Polymer Clay Challenge! I made a miniature ladybird this week. She is 3cm high.
A miniature bumble bee for this week’s challenge – 3.2cm high. I made a cane for the wings with Cernit translucent and black clay. I’m very happy with the way they came out.
For week 24 I made one of my favourite food groups – PIZZA!!(YES! it is a food group!!) 😀 😀 😀 Miniature pizza slices on plates. The 3D printed plates are 2.5cm in diameter.
A miniature sheep for this week’s challenge. She is 3.6cm high. And she’s keeping the miniature cow company. 😀
Because the quilling cupcake was so much fun to make, I decided to make another one for this week’s challenge … an owl quilling fridge magnet.