These are wonderful! I have been a huge fan and user of polymer clay for about 5 or so years now.
You can use it to make just about anything from decorative bottles, boxes, miniatures, sculptures, dolls, and my favorite, jewelry.
I love your color combinations, and your whimsical creations bring smiles, keep up the good work!
For any interested in working with polymer clay, try it, it is tons of fun! There is only one precaution, do not mix utensils used for food with
anything polymer clay touches. If you bake it and it burns, the fumes are toxic and carcinogenic. Baked properly, it is harmless. Follow the
instructions, and create your own magic!
It is also available in almost every color, can be blended, made into canes and sliced for incredible designs and effects, and even comes in glow in
the dark and metalics like silver, copper, and gold. It is also very inexpensive, about 99 cents to around 1.99 or so per block depending on
manufacturer and special effects. You can also add things to "clear" clay, like glitter particles for effects and textures.
Artistic jewelers have created pieces that have been used in movies, such as Lord of The Rings, some pieces with real gems selling in the thousands.
The effects can be realistic, serious, creative, fun, whimsical, whatever you choose to make it, but some of the fairy dolls are gorgeous, and again,
sell for hundreds to thousands of dollars to collectors.
The possibilities are endless, and only limited by your imagination.
edit on 20-5-2013 by Libertygal because: (no reason given)