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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Koala...my love!

Mommy and baby Koala!
I made them with polymer clay and the eyes are painted with acrylic colors.
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I haven't forgotten about the rest of the alphabet's animals!
Soon I'll show you the Lobster :)

22 comments:

  1. They are too cute! I have always had a really soft spot for koalas. One almost as soft as a koala itself ;)
    Hugs, Ruth S

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  2. how cute! i love koalas....last year I got to see baby ones at the San Diego zoo.

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  3. The sweetest creatures! Love LOVE them!

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  4. Oooh... so beautiful and so cute!!!!

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  5. Oh they are very huggable, xx

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  6. Oh dearest sweet afi, they are beautiful and soo sweet! I adore them so much! I guess you know by now i really adore all your gorgeous work and creations! YOu are my inspiration sweet friend! Thanks so much for the link to that pretty shop over at my little bubble space. I really enjoyed browsing thru that adorable shop! Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!

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  7. This is so terribly cute. I love bears in general, but this is just too much cuteness! I love the little detail of the leaves by the momma bear's ear.

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  8. This is adorable and sweet! Love your tiny creations! Amazing work!

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  9. Oh my goodness! Absolutely precious! I have dabbled my hand at creating miniatures out of polymer clay, but they never quite turned out how I had hoped! I love your koalas!

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  10. These are great. The leaves add the perfect touch. I recently heard audio of a koala and I was shocked! They don't sound how they look. :)

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  11. Lovely work, Afi! Can't wait to see the lobster!

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  12. How adorable!
    You do beautiful work!

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  13. This is my first time in your blog and I really appreciate your clay works, but i didn't find no of them in your etsy shop.
    Do you sell them?

    Tks
    Natália

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  14. Natália: Thanks a lot dear, unfortunately I don't sell clay work at the moment, but hopefully soon :o)

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