Today’s workdesk finds me finishing up several polymer clay creations by adding a satin glaze. The two Sizzix dies were on clearance.  I’ve been wanting those!

I hope the fact that those were on clearance means A.C. Moore will be getting in some newer Tim Holtz dies.  Hope, hope, hope….


I’ve been having way too much fun “claying around” lately.


I made two dozen of these funky flowers, most were for Christmas gifts.


You can find the how-to’s in Christi Friesen’s book, Polymer Clay and Mixed Media.


The main change I made was to use her idea from Steampunkery and add texture with a rubber stamp.


There are only six flowers left.  funky-polymer-clay-flower-light-blue-crackle

One I’m keeping for myself, and the others will be listed in my shop shortly. (Greedy little moiself wanted to keep them all, but seriously, do I really need six more necklaces?)


I’ll tell you more about the other creations in another post.


In the meantime, I’ll leave you with this pic of my granddaughter in the hat and apron I made her for Christmas.


Even though I made the pattern’s smallest size (3) it’s all a little big on her. That’s ok, there’s room to grow.  🙂

Happy Creating and Happy What’s on Your Workdesk Wednesday.

*****Update 3:40 p.m. Jan 4, 2012******

The following five flower necklaces have been added to my shop.  Happy Shopping!






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6 thoughts on “WOYWW – Polymer Clay Creations

  1. CUTE OVERLOAD!! I can’t wait to get started on my granddaughters’ aprons and hats! But you will never see my workdesk while I’m doing it. 😛

  2. Hi Sandy! Didn’t get round to you last week, so I’ve made you a priority this week instead!

    Lovely stuff on your desk this week, and on your other posts. The polymer clay work is divine, especially the steampunk stuff (don’t show LLJ – she’ll be battering down your door before you know it!) and that chameleon is to die for!

    Happy New Year!

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