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Beautiful photography!


these are gorgeous! I love all the textures you used in the clay.


Absolutely beautiful! I want them!


What a super cute and fun craft this is! I linked to this page on my blog's facebook page for inspiration. :-) I can't wait to make these with my munchkins. Thank you for the beautiful idea.


I just found your blog via Pinterest and I am IN LOVE!! The textures are gorgeous, indeed. love the posts of the kids' lunches too! A simple idea is such a meaningful tradition. Thanks for the inspiration! - Angelica www.handmadebyangelica.com


Thanks very much, everyone! =)

Diamond Engagement Rings

That's so mesmerizing!! its worth your talent!!
Thank you for sharing!!


Love these plates!

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma

This is so amazing!!! Love polymer clay and the endless possibilities!


What kind of paint was used for this? Was it painted after you baked it? Thanks in advance!!


Pretty nice plates. Might I suggest using Sculpey Premo of Donna Kato clay also? They're a bit more firm and durable. Think I'll make a few myself.

designer engagement rings

I like designated places to put things. "A place for everything, and everything in its place," they say. My rings are things that need their very own place.

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