Polymer clay Earrings
This was a fun summer collection of fruits and veges that I made a couple Summers ago.
Polymer Clay becomes bananas, apples, grapes, pizza, cookies.
The earrings posts and the brooch pins were glued to the back with an Epoxy after the finished product has been baked.
|Did you know |
-if you take your Bananas apart when you get them home from the store they will last longer
-that if you peel a Banana the way a primate does, from the bottom up that you won't have to pick the little stringy things away
An Apple a day
I craft like I cook. Orderly and tidy.
I clean, wipe, stack, sort and pile along the way so I never have to look behind me and say "Oy Veh"
(as my Grandmother used to say) I can move forward with the business of getting it done knowing that all the wiping in my space has been done.
I think it also helps to keep my mind clear. Cluttered or messy space = cluttered or messy mind!
I also like to arrive at the end of a project feeling like I have a moment to deliberate..to celebrate...time to admire my accomplishments!
Never mind that at any given moment, at the opening of the front door, I can be sidetracked and distracted by the hub of entering activity and the familiar sounds of
"Hey Mom, this broke. Can you fix it for me....?
Go get it. Do It! Be It! Love It. Feel IT!
But above all else just do it!
Have fun in your Crafting Day!
Laugh, Smile, Be Happy and Play!
Have you hugged your kids today? I grab a hug from mine any time I am able,which is usually at the front door of a departure or at the kitchen table after my kids have politely thanked me for their dinner.
Grateful they have grown to be warm and polite I'll also get a hug from them before they bed tonight.
And as I lay my weary head on my freshly changed pillow case, I know that I love them all more and more each day...
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And then open the craft boxes, pull out the junk drawer, grab some juice lids and Styrofoam, newspaper, berry baskets or a loaf of bread! Put on your Crafting Cap and play merrily.
MY MY Martha, where the creativity never ends!