Friday, July 10, 2009

May I offer you some treats? OK guys and gals, the pastries below are CLAY! Not real! PLEASE see the very last picture for the SURPRISE! :o)

So - none of this is painted it is all plastic/polymer clay!

My first time touching the clay in a LONG time! Has it been a year yet?!



So I answered the call and had some FUN!

What do you think?


I am happy!

(((And please forgive the roughness! My goal was not perfection it was for the expression!)))


~Tracy~ said...

They're so real ! Didn't see any roughness, prob. because I was too busy imagining eating them lol ! :)

Fab. job :)

Sabii Wabii said...


stregata said...

Oh my goodness!! I can't begin to understand how you made these wonderful miniatures!! I love the detail of the strawberries - just awesome!!!

lisa_crofts said...

yummy good enough to eat. Some I had to look twice.

3rdEyeMuse said...

holy smokes! put those gloves on more often ... they are absolutely wonderful!!

may I have a dozen, please?!? :)

Pat Winter said...

These are Deeeelicious Amber!!!!!
........and calorie free :-)

creative.creature said...

WOW! I'm hungry now.....

Cindy Hoglund

girl_gone_thread_wild said...

I'll bite!

These are verry vrry tasty.

So cute!!

Dale said...

fantastic work! This looks really great. It remind of the things in front of all the resturants here... they have little sculptures of the food they offer in clay format! I always wondered about the artists that made these 'restaurant sculptures'. Do they get to eat that dish for free at hte restaurant after? haha.

Nerissa Alford said...

These are just adorable! I love the miniature food charms. Thanks for sharing & glad you had fun

mother teresa said...

Hi City Mouse!! These are just adorable. The strawberries look so real you have to do a double take!! You work is always exquisite!

Sprite said...

Aww those are super cute! Good enough to eat! I love when that happens, the clay craving! I can't imagine going that long without sculpting though, oh my! Really, gloves? I tried that but it was too hard to "feel" what I was doing, impressive! :)


Connie said...

these are incredible, Amber Dawn! They all look so real! fabulous work!

Connie said...

These turned out fabulous, Amber Dawn! They all look so real! Great job!

Karen Witte-Elkins said...

I love these Dawn! You inspire me to get the Polyclay out and create. You have such a way with all things tiny.

Anonymous said...

Makes me want to go off my diet, YUMMY!! Glad to see you doing polymer clay again, your too good.