Welcome to today’s Wordless Wednesday! These photos are of a mushroom WIP I’m making out of polymer clay! Jebediah is about 1 1/4 inches high. I will be putting him in a scene that will go on Etsy! Woo hoo! I’m still working on him, but I hope to have him finished by next week! I’d love to hear ideas for the scene! I was thinking a little creature of some kind. Maybe a snail?
See you next week! Love and Light!
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Now I can FINALLY use up some of the old Mason jars my sister gave me when she moved! Quart jar crafts are becoming so popular these days. Back in the 90s, my Mom made several votive candles out of jars. She painted scenes and flowers on them. I still have mine displayed in a prominent spot! She was really ahead of her time, huh? LOL Have you made any of them? Feel free to leave a link to your jar project in the comments!
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Hey there! Thanks for stopping by! I know I’m a little late getting these posted, but better late than never, huh? LOL I didn’t do many handmade gifts this year, but here are the two I created! I have been painting a little bit, and knew a couple people who would love one!
I’m just learning to paint, so please keep that in mind! And… be gentle. hehe
I made this for my Mom for Christmas 2017. I call it Swinging Girl. As a new painter, I was happy to follow a tutorial by The Art Sherpa on YouTube! Thank you Cinnamon (Yep! Her name is really Cinnamon!)! #artsherpa
This is also one of The Art Sherpa’s tutorials! I call it Cherry Tree Hugging the Moon. I made it for my eldest daughter for Christmas 2017. #artsherpa
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I’m a little late getting this posted, well, because I was getting ready for and enjoying Mother’s Day!
This is Me, my grandson Jase, and my beautiful Mommy! She is the sweetest person I know, and I inherited her whimsical spirit! That’s why I knew she would love these cute little flowery pins. I let her take first pick, then let the others choose the ones they liked. We all had a very nice day at my sister’s new house, and enjoyed our time and dinner together!
I made these pins for my own Mom, sister, sister-in-law, and daughters. At least, the ones that have children! I did, however, forget to make one for myself. But, oh well! You’ll have that!
They are made of polymer clay, plus a little bit of Pearlexmica powder and varnish! I used a technique called polymer clay embroidery. It was rather fun, actually!