Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Sweet Ears

Well, I am getting a little more experienced with this polymer clay (heavy stress on the 'little' part). It is fun to use and I am not as afraid of making a mistake, especially now that I've made a few.

Michelle has been patiently waiting for these donuts and I think that motivated me to get it done. And I really hope that she likes them because Michael's was a nightmare today at lunch! I am not sure if I am 100% happy with the colors, but I guess that I'll have to keep experimenting with them until I get them right. The different colors of clay mix very well together, so a few colors can give you quite a palette.

Help yourself to some chocolate glazed doughnuts and some maple bars.



Here is a little photo of all of my polymer clay creations. As a bonus, meet my newest creations, the gingerbread men! I didn't have the earring hooks to finish these last few projects so they will have to be finished over the weekend.



Anyway, this project has been a lot of fun. And now, I get to wear my creations around and see if anyone notices (it's amazing that people won't notice you have fried eggs and toast dangling from your ears, even with your hair pulled up)!

Thank you, constant reader, for your patience on this project!

6 comments:

Stephanie said...

Those are cute! The gingerbread men may be good Christmas gifts for the office!!

michelle said...

Yay! I love your creations! The donuts are great, but I do have to say that the gingerbread men might just be my favorite!! You should definitely keep doing it - maybe some white glazed donuts too? I can think of fun ones that I'm not sure you would want to wear on your ears though...like turkey drumsticks! Little pink iced cakes? Cupcakes? Congrats on getting your sis to blog too - I just found hers!

ilva said...

Now this is NICE! Your ear rings are great and I wouldn't mind to be seen with them dangling in my ears! Thanks for the listing! I'll be back...

Dawn said...

Maybe we should do a Christmas gift exchange. My foodie earrings for...?

I think that doing an exchange of some sort would be fun! We could even do cookies or ornaments.

Kristi said...

Thanks for visiting my blog the other day and for blog rolling me. I just added you to my blog roll as well. These earrings are adorable, and so unique. What a fun project. I'm going to take a look around the rest of your blog now. I'll definitely be back!

farmgirl said...

Darling! : )