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Friday, December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas

I wish everyone Merry Christmas!
Hope you have a wonderful time with your loved ones
I made these little Christmas trees today.
They are made of polymer clay, micro beads, star sequins, acrylic powder and wire.
My little snowy terrarium! It's full of sea salt ;)

29 comments:

  1. How cute!!
    Merry Christmas,
    Veronica

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  2. Merry Christmas!
    Your pines are so pretty: great work! :)

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  3. Those are adorable!

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  4. Very beautiful Christmas tree! Merry Christmas and a happy new year!

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  5. Those trees look delicious! They really look like almond candies..yummi!
    Merry Chrismas, with all the best wishes for you and dear Suma :)

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  6. What an adorable idea! I bought that exact same glass jar to make a terrarium out of but figured I'd have to wait for spring to be able to get some moss to go in it! Now all I need to do is go buy some salt!

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  7. Have a merry Christmas and a happy new year :)

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  8. Aw so lovely!
    Merry Christmas! xo

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  9. Merry Christmas!! Your trees are just wonderful! I try since one week to make litte christmas tree's card place for my table, but I always have problem for the size or the shape... your solution is just the right! May I use it for tomorow? I wanna try this..

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  10. Have a happy, jolly holidays, best wishes to you and your family, Afi! :))

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  11. Thanks a lot to all of you dear friends! :)

    Amarylissa: Thanks a lot dear! Of course you can make them! I made the trunks first and baked them and then inserted them into the green parts.

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  12. Merry Christmas to you ! First comment on your blog... I love your universe... so poetic !
    Best wishes from Belgium !

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  13. anecdote : I tried to reproduce your last christmas tree, with small wings on the sides, but I really failed : actually I work with clod porcelain , like I said you, but it craked, and the result isn't really nice to see..
    But I think I'm going to retry those cause there's not the small 'wings' LOL.
    Bye !! xoxo

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  14. I hope you've spent a cosy and exciting Christmas Eve with your beloved ones! I wish you a Happy New Year, full of love, inspiration, nice surprises, health and wonderful journeys in the land of art!
    Lovely Christmas trees!:)

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  15. These tiny trees and their Christmas baubles are so cute! I love them. ^^

    Merry christmas to you, dear Afi!

    xoxo

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  16. I don't want to sound demanding or anything, but PLEASE do a tutorial one day. :D

    I just love your clay sculpture things :)

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  17. So simple and sweet.Love it to bits!

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  18. Dearest sweet sweet afi, i hope your christmas celebration was a good one!! You little snowy terrarium is gorgeous and looking at it makes me happy. Come to thing of it all your gorgeous creations always make me happy. :) Love to you sweet friend!

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  19. What a great idea!

    @kate: use sugar! Make your holidays sweeter!

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  20. They are so dainty and simple, completely beautiful arrangement.

    http://thescrappylifeofmine.blogspot.com/2011/01/card-cupids.html

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