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These adorable succulent earrings are half the size of a paperclip including chain. The flatter ones are already taken, but the aloes are available as charms or earrings for US$15 each or US$25 the pair. These guys are made out of polymer clay, not...

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These adorable succulent earrings are half the size of a paperclip including chain. The flatter ones are already taken, but the aloes are available as charms or earrings for US$15 each or US$25 the...

Cookies, anyone? I've been trying out embossing techniques from SugarCharmShop. She makes it look so easy. IT IS NOT.

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Cookies, anyone?

Cookies, anyone?

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Cookies, anyone?

I think I need a bigger pan.

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I think I need a bigger pan.

There’s an apple tree in my front yard, laden with apples. I love them but can’t eat them, so this is the next best thing.

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There’s an apple tree in my front yard, laden with apples. I love them but can’t eat them, so this is the next best thing.

An apple a day keeps the boredom away.
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An apple a day keeps the boredom away.

These little koi were meant to be set in resin as a birthday present, but the resin was too murky. Looks like these guys will have to swim around in my projects draw for a while.
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These little koi were meant to be set in resin as a birthday present, but the resin was too murky. Looks like these guys will have to swim around in my projects draw for a while.

Remember these guys? They’ve come out the kiln looking very rustic.
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Remember these guys? They’ve come out the kiln looking very rustic.

Kiln opening! This 3cm tall guy gets his own photo shoot because I’m very pleased with the glaze technique. There are a few bubbles where I sanded the underglaze down, which I did not expect, but I’m loving the colours.
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Kiln opening! This 3cm tall guy gets his own photo shoot because I’m very pleased with the glaze technique. There are a few bubbles where I sanded the underglaze down, which I did not expect, but I’m...

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Cupcake earrings! You can find these and others at my Etsy store.

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You wanted more pictures of these guys, right? I spent an entire week on them, of course you want more pictures.

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Miniature creations from Aotearoa NZ. Visit my Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/ShortAndSweet

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“Granite” bowl, mortars and pestles! Molded over a small light bulb, a marble and the head of a pin. My geologist partner commented “You actually made something with glitter in it that I like”, which...

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More tiny ceramics! This fruit bowl and cup were shown in one of my earlier posts, and are now fully fired and ready to be filled. I plan to try a few other fruits to fill my fruit bowl - not that a...

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Kiln opening! This crockery is the same as I posted earlier, now fully baked and ready for service. Obviously there’s room for improvement, but now that I’m much more adept with the wheel my next...

I tried out Snowfern’s eclair tutorial and apart from the difficulty of making the cookie cutter, it is as simple as promised. I used watercolours instead of pastels to colour the dough, as I could not for the life of me get the pastel colour right.
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I tried out Snowfern’s eclair tutorial and apart from the difficulty of making the cookie cutter, it is as simple as promised. I used watercolours instead of pastels to colour the dough, as I could...