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Burkamus - Asia Kuzahmetova got a very unexpected requested for a scarf brooch. Having limited silhouettes of Scottish Terrier she decided to give it a try and the final result is oh so charming! Asia lives in Dnipropetrovsk (Ukraine) and creates in various polymer clay techniques. I especially liked her beautiful colourful cats beads! Here is another version of her brooch in a flower theme. As the admin of the Flickr millefiori cane group I sometimes find fun and colourful canes. Here is Spanish artist Pilar's rainbow giraffe cane. what a fun cane!

Most Amazing Miniature Food Artworks by Shay Aaron Shay Aaron is a brilliant artist from Israel who makes the most astonishing miniature food jewelry. These foodstuffs look so beautiful that we would desire to eat them. Actually, there’s a whole market out there for miniature food. Not actual stuff you can eat, but beautifully hand made designs of steaks, burgers, pies, vegetables, eggs and pretty much food artworks you can think of. Auction for Ada - Round One is now over Dear FriendsThanks everyone who participated in the Auction for Ada last year. After, successfully, auction off half of the donated items, I realized that we paid almost 25% to Ebay. Still, I have a few items left and would like to continue the auction through this blog. I will run the auction myself. Here is how you can participate.

Polymer Clay Painting Tips Step-by-step photos for painting a bunny are shown on the Bunny Switch Plate project page. For any of the animal molds, you can use a light color of clay, such as Flesh, even when painting a relatively dark color, such as a golden brown for a teddy bear. It also works well to mold an entire bird in the color of clay that you want for the beak and feet, and paint the feathers as desired. Use Liquitex Glossies Black acrylic enamel for the eyes, allowing it to dry before using a toothpick to add a tiny dot of white paint for each eye highlight. Soft Tints ™ paints stay workable for several hours.

All Things Metal Clay » Blog Archive » Ornament Thursday If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! I’ve joined Katie Hacker’s Oranment Thursday, which I read about on Art Bead Scene Blog and the Savvy Crafter blog. tutorials I got this pattern from the BBB Sisters on Design Sponge (click HERE). The instructions' link is in the 5th paragraph down. The post is called "Hunt, Gather and Host a Knitting Party".

Polymer Clay Cane Tutorials : Polymer Clay Cane Tutorials Posted on | September 14, 2009 | 7 Comments The main building block, of many polymer clay projects, is an attractive cane. Polymer clay canes can be used to cover useful objects, to create jewelry and to build mosaics. Shrinky Dink Meets Fairyopolis I have a new bracelet! It is made using good old fashioned Shrinky Dink. Shrinky Dink has been around for a very long time. Browsing Indie Supplies > Jewelry Supplies Show items with: Items marked as "mature" (intended for adults) will also be included in the results Apply Filters Price Filter Show 16 links to tutorials I've been busily working on all kinds of things, but no polymer clay. If any of my blog readers are interested in finding or trying a polymer clay technique, here is a wonderful list of tutorials that can be found online...and I think they are all for free! Hooray! The picture above shows just a small sampling of the great variety of tutorial links that can be found on a wonderful blog called Iratirita. The blog owner lives in Spain.

Free Tutorials Pages This Blog Linked From Here My Free Tutorials, Demos and Ideas Where to find me... Noteable blogs Todd Toys and Miniatures - Tel: +44 (0) 1249 816673 Email: Projects Welcome to our projects page, these projects are for your personal use only and are not to be reproduced for sale.