The topic is “Home”. My mother is a talented confectioner and I learned a lot from her art. I love to come back home and find a cake at the table! Advertisements
This will be a polymer clay meringue lemon cake in 1/4 scale. More pictures are coming soon!
Spring 2014, pictures were taken near my appartment. I live in the outskirts just a few steps from fields, forests and a small brook.
I was experimenting with Cernit – a bakeable modelling polymer clay. Chocolate is very easy to model. Baking the clay was an adrenaline fun though – I have a gas oven with no temperature scale. In this case, an oven thermometer is the girl’s best friend. (Two round molds will be useful later.) Thief catched!… Continue reading Sashenka and the Chocolate Factory
I’ve visited a jewelry component store yesterday. Bought some more forks and spoons as promised and also some nice stuff. Those watches! And one meter of pearls! Oh, I LOVE pearls. I plan to make three necklaces for Sashenka and finish the key pendant which was meant for Erik. As I see, we will need… Continue reading Jewelry shopping fever
I cut off Erik’s wig. Almost three quarters of its mass. Erik is on his way to look more realistic, it’s not perfect yet, but I am done for today.
I found these cutlers in a local jewelry component store. They were made as pewter pendants. Breaking the loop out of the pendant was just easy – I used two small beading pliers. They can be used as dessert forks and tea spoons for 1/4 dolls. Each one is 5 cm long. I have to… Continue reading Tiny cutlers
Erik is an Iplehouse J.I.D. Jerome. This sculpt is discontinued from March 2014 – it was announced in January. I wanted him a lot, so I ordered him without any more delays. I placed the order on 27th January and he came to me on 25th April. I am not completely sure about his name… Continue reading Erik’s box opening