Happy What’s on Your Workdesk Wednesday everyone!

2015 01 14 woyww chocolate box class

Today’s desk shows me starting work on a new class over at CraftArtEdu.com. That white box in the top left is where I take the photos for each step-by-step shot. I love my mini Gorilla-pod tripod for my camera, cuz it lets me position it at exactly the right angle. Of course the camera isn’t in the shot, it’s in my hand, taking the shot. 🙂


Remember these from last February? This is what I’ll be teaching in the class, how to make several different types of miniature chocolates from polymer clay. It should be fun!

jungle baby quilt (1)

Those of you who stopped by last week wanted to see photos of the finished baby quilt. Here it is, all done.

jungle baby quilt (2)

I just love that jungle print, so cute, and the prairie points added a bit of time but are a nice touch.

Wondering why I’m posting photos of my desk? Well it’s What’s on Your Workdesk Wednesday, the day we all go visiting the creative spaces of creative people all over the world. The blog link party starts at Julia’s.

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18 thoughts on “WOYWW-Polymer Clay Chocolate Box Class

  1. The not-chox are making me drool! They look so yummy! I really like the jungle print too. What do you use the clay chox for-earrings, etc? Thanks for sharing and have a great week. Lucy #24 woyww x

  2. Oh can I eat those chocolates please? What..they are CLAY! I guess I shouldn’t eat them 🙁 Love the cute jungle baby quilt. Happy WOYWW Shel#56

  3. The quilt turned out so well! I love the colors. Wow, the chocolates are so realistic! They’d be dangerous for me to have around. O.o

  4. Oh my gosh! Those chocolates are made from clay? No way! Wow! I like your white box! I use two sheets of foam boards in a similar way. I’ve seen those Gorilla tripods in the shops. Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle #47

    1. Thank you, Claire, that edging is called prairie points. It’s nice for baby quilts because it gives them something to handle & fiddle with.

  5. Oh my gosh, those chocolates look good enough to take a bite out of. I wonder if you will have any mishaps with people taking a bite in your class. Your photo shoot space is great and I’m sure works well. The quilt is so adorable!!!! Judy #74

    1. Well, the class is an online one, I’ll have to warn them to be careful not to eat their creations (like I’ve nearly done a couple times.)

  6. ,bet the chocolate bracelet causes lots of conversation! I think you’ll get such a positive response to your class, you’ll love it. The quilt is oh so lovely…I love the pointy edge…prairie points..well I never knew!

  7. ah Sandy yummy things but total failures if you cant eat them 😀

    Wonderful creative rug and agree with you on prairie points they do finish it off!

    Thanks so much for popping over and for sharing ~ happy belated WOYWW!
    Shaz in Oz.x #44

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