Tuesday, July 1, 2008

lemon drops.

My sister,BUNZI, is doing a little giveaway on her blog. Hippity hop over there and leave a comment!!!

In my previous "log blog," as called by Blaze, I should have posted the following picture to show you the transformation of my wood block into a log. :)



As I mentioned before, I've been playing with polymer clay again. Polymer clay was actually one of my first crafty loves. :) Here's a little lemon drop charm I made yesterday:

22 comments:

bunzi said...

i want to eat him

Laura B said...

Amazing transformation! And that guy is a little sweetie :)

Francesca Righi said...

Polymer clay was one of my first crafty loves too!
*cute lemon*

Hello, I'm Sally. said...

What a cute little smile! I love how shiny it is.

Sarah and Jack said...

How on earth do you get it so shiny?

Kelly Medina said...

Very cute! I've never seen polymer clay shine like that.

bunbun said...

love the log and the little lemon charm is so pretty! so shiny and glossy!

i have so much laundry to do too, I just groan every time I think about it!!!

Yuzu said...

Aww, the lemon drop is so cute! It looks like a yuzu. ;) And the log is freakin' awesome.

kawaii crafter said...

Your wood log looks great, you're very talented. It seems like every new craft you attempt comes out looking adorable.

blazedanielle said...

What a darling little lemon drop! I like him!

Kohana said...

cute!! How did you get it so shiny???

Rachel said...

I'm so in love with tiny polymer clay food! You do such a great job with small-sized things! They always look so cute and perfect.

Oliver Rain said...

Such a cute little lemon. Check my blog to see what we do with lemons around our house. Of course, we'd never do that to your little guy.

Laura B said...

I didn't realise she was your sister!!! I just found her blog a little while ago and love her creations!!! Such a small world!!!

Tizzalicious said...

Wow, that's pretty impressive!

I'm going to check out your sisters blog!

Barbara Brown said...

o.k. duh, somehow i thought you made the log out of clay. i'm still very impressed. great carving. we are getting our son a carving knife for his tenth birthday. probobly the swiss army variety. have a great 4th.

Barbara Brown said...

oh ya i forgot to mention i've added you to my side bar.hope you don't mind.

Penny said...

lemon drop is so cute! and good work on the log, i have tried wood carving before and i did not like it... it made my hands hurt.

Laura B said...

I got my little gift this morning, thank you sooooo much, oh how I love to stamp stuff! Have a fab weekend x

Holly said...

That little lemon is ADORABLE! And, I'm WAY impressed with your log. You did a great job! By the way, I got the stamp...LOVE IT! Thank you so much, Chi! Seriously. It was perfect! Now, if you could e-mail me your address, I'll get your gift in the mail within the next week. I hope you like it. It's a little "Christmas in July". ;0)

Rubyellen said...

wow!!! that is very good!!!

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