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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Collection of small objects

A little collection of colorful polymer clay leaves and branches.
I've used some of the leaves for decorating my birdies log.
I was thinking of framing the birdies in a small shadow box.
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Those marbles in the background are my childhood belongings!
My dad bought them as souvenir from Switzerland for three of us
(my sister, brother and I), they were in nine colors and each of us
had a set of nine. I guess I loved them more than my brother
and sister, that's why 21 of them ended up here with me :))
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PS. Dear Azadeh and Ali: you can claim your marbles anytime!
I was just taking good care of them for you :P

13 comments:

  1. This is beautiful! I love how you can create a harmonious composition from different objects, this is a special form of art you discovered :)

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  2. Beautiful collection and photo :) Your work is so serene and pretty.

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  3. Afi!! Everything is beautiful!! Love those leaves, and those birdies would look lovely framed! The best vibes of love !!!

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  4. Very beautiful. Do you bake the leaves on the twig or glue them on later? xxx

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  5. I really love how you make your leaves! They are so colorful and very unique to your style. The birdies are adorable!

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  6. Lovely collection! Your photos/blog posts always put a smile on my face and today I definitely needed it. :) Thanks!

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  7. Your twitter bird alive! Oh I can't wait to see the branch in a frame, it would make a masterpiece, you can hang it on your wall! Look at those marbles! Good old days.... You are my safety love bank, keep them as long as you wish >:D<

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  8. Dearest Afi, i love all these gorgeous colors and they do really pop! I love your birdies log and i really treasure that one i have! Those marbles are soo adorable and i love your story behind them! Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you sweet friend!

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  9. Thanks a lot dear friends! :)

    Lyla: Thanks a lot :) I bake them first and then attach them to the branch with super glue. You can also use E6000 glue.

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  10. Dearest Afi, i just can't get enough of all your gorgeous creation so i hop on by to visit you here! Have a lovely merry happy week and love to you!

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  11. Thanks, lately I've been trying to attach my polymer clay creations directly on to the base and bake later, but that can get a little messy. I think I'll go back to baking first. Thanks for the info xxx

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  12. This is adorable. The colours work so well.

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