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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Polymer clay cactus

Polymer clay cactus

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The third set of polymer clay cactus and succulent.
More to come soon!

20 comments:

  1. Oh my!! I am falling in love with your cactus and this is my favorite!! I love them! Have a lovely merry happy mid-week and love to you!

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  2. oooh! I fell in love with all of them!

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  3. Thank you dear Jacqueline and Azadeh! ♥

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  4. Came across your blog as I was searching for pictures of cactus and, my, I'm in love. You are so very talented! Hope you don't mind if I use two of your pictures from your windowsill collection (my mother needs ideas for birthday and Christmas gifts). :)

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  5. Thanks a lot dear Krystal! Welcome to my blog and I hope you enjoy your stay here ♥

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  6. Hello! Your blog is so lovely and you have so many wonderful things in your shops!!

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  7. JoJo. I just came across your blog yesterday and wow, you are so talented. And really, I just love your blog. Everything is fun to look at!

    Question: How did you do the little red balls on top of the right cactus? It looks like sugar!

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  8. You are amazing! I love how you can make them look so perfect and they're so tiny!

    My clay creations always look smudged and smothered with my fingerprint :/

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  9. Thanks a lot dear Jane, Petrina and Lady spring! xo

    Petrina: I use velvet powder for that effect. My sister got that for me from a craft shop in Iran. But it's exactly the same thing as "Sand blasting abrasive" or micro glass beads that is used for cleaning brass and automative parts. All you need to do is to apply some Mod Podge to clay, roll it in the powder and then bake it.

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  10. Awesome your are amazing. The clear sturcutres and the colours ahhh... so great. Thank you for this inspiration.

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    1. Thank you Veronika :o) It's so sweet of you.

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  11. Cute! As always... ~.~
    I think this is my favorite set!

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  12. so beautiful! I love the red velvet powder detail on top of the cactus!

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  13. Where can one buy these beauties? Didn't see them in your Etsy.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by my blog :o) Unfortunately these are very hard to ship and break easily in transit.

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  14. Ohhh my god!!! your cactus are so beautiful!!! congratulations for your art, is inspiring

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  15. Hi there! Your amazing at why you do. I love your alphabet flash cards. They must have taken so much time. What kind of watercolor paints did you use? Also I was wondering where you leaned to use polymer clay?

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  16. Thank you Mary! Thank you Marcia! :o) I am a selt thought polymer clay crafter :o) of course reading books really helps with techniques, but practicing is the key. For watercolors please see my FAQ page (on the right of my blog page)

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  17. Hi there! Your amazing at why you do. I love your alphabet flash cards. They must have taken so much time. What kind of watercolor paints did you use? Also I was wondering where you leaned to use polymer clay?

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