Hey guys! Today I – oh wait. IF YOU ARE MALLORY, DON’T READ THIS POST UNTIL AFTER YOUR BIRTHDAY! XD Ahem. This post may, um… contain some classified birthday material. 😉
But anyway, as I was saying: today I wanted to show you some of my recent polymer clay creations! (To see my previous clayation posts, click here, here, and here.) Making clay miniatures is one of my favorite hobbies. 🙂
Let’s start with a hippopotamus, because it’s really fun to say. XD I made this hippo for my little sister’s birthday, and she really liked it! She has a safari themed room, and she wanted some more hippo things for it. 😛 Basically it’s just a shallow bowl with a hippo head and legs. Oh, and I brushed it with triple-thick glaze. Kinda cute, huh?
Next up, we have a cute wittle bunny. I used a brown artist’s pastel to shade her ears and face.
This is a miniature of my old camera: a Nikon Coolpix L830. Which I would HIGHLY recommend, by the way. 🙂
A yummy looking doughnut…
And some coffee (or tea or hot chocolate) to go with it. 🙂
I made this thingy quite a while ago. I meant to use it for a hair clip, but I just never got around to finishing it.
Aww, I love how this little guy turned out!
These are clinging earrings: basically the front of the earring is the dog’s head, and the back part is his body.
I also made similar earrings, but with a scottie rather than a schnauzer. 🙂 Such cuties!
Yet another little pup…
Okay, this is rather random. I felt like making an octopus one day, so I made an octopus. XD He’s holding on to a blue pebble for dear life.
I made one of these pendants for my Etsy shop because I made one for myself that I love and wear often.
Last but not least, this is my current masterpiece. 😛 My cousins wanted me to make a “mad King Herod” to go with their nativity scene. (You know how he would have been furious since the wise men didn’t obey his orders?) So behold. XD He’s pretty tall – about 8 inches, which is much bigger than what I usually do, but I’m very pleased with how he turned out!