We are in week 20!! It feels like yesterday where I was still thinking and being nervous about this challenge. And here I am, 20 weeks later having lots of fun! For this week’s challenge I did something completely different … a quilling cupcake fridge magnet. I have never tried this but it was lots… Read More »
A miniature cow for this week’s polymer clay challenge, 3.5cm high. I don’t know what it is about this cow, she is super-cute. I think this is the cutest cow I have ever made. I am very happy with the way she came out.
This week I decided to do another thing off my polymer clay bucket list – I decorated the sugar spoon I bought some time ago with polymer clay cupcake beads.
I had this small wooden table for a while now and decided this week was a good week to do something with it, so I gave it a paint job, made a serviette decoupage table cloth (because the shops are closed and I can’t get fabric) 😆 and turned it into a miniature gingerbread house… Read More »
When I saw a tutorial by Stephanie Kilgast on YouTube – “How to sculpt miniature teeth”, I HAD to give it a try! 🙂 My miniature dentures, 2cm long, 1.9cm wide and 1.6cm high.
A 2.4cm high miniature chocolate pinata cake to celebrate week 15 of the polymer clay challenge. YouTube tutorial by Sweetsofmyown. I love following a tutorial because I learn so much in the process.
I made canes using last week’s scrap clay and decorated my handmade tools. They definitely needed some colour. And also made a new tool with an old exacto blade. Another tutorial by Katers Acres. The blade is rusted and very old, but perfect for cutting small things.
This week I followed two tutorials. “No Such Thing as Scrap Clay Tutorial” by Katers Acres … I love this idea of blending scrap clay into new colours and will definitely do this more in future. And I made a miniature Scrappy (and friends) – “Polymer Clay Scrappy Tutorial” by Martin Pottjewijd.
A while ago I made a fishing net type curtain for our bathroom and this week I decided to made these sea creatures to add to it. I need to make a lot more sea creatures for this curtain. 🙂
This week I decided to do something off my polymer clay bucket list – decorated soda can tabs. It’s something I was curious about and wanted to try, and this polymer clay challenge gave me the perfect excuse. 😀 It was SO MUCH fun!! Now I’m on a mission to collect soda can tabs. 😀 😀… Read More »