Friday, October 10, 2008

Its pink Saturday again

Happy pink Saturday everyone, again I am still busy finishing my craft room, so I am cheating in a way, and snagging some pics off my computer of things I have made from polymer clay, These items I have made and sold in the past year. Some are not pink, but hey isnt everything in our world pink lol, just put on your rose coloured glasses and it will all be pink lol.

Hope you like them.

Cheers Debra.

Anyone for valentines day cakes. The hearts are actually sugar candy from the cake decorating isle, bought in a container of thousands, and are about 2mm in size lol

They are for dollshouses, with little calories in them lol.
Not pink, but they are the size of a dime I spose, or a 10c piece.
Ready for a party.....I wish I had something for size reference, but they are about 1 inch across, if that.
Sitting on a dollshouse table, the table is about5 inches across, oh they look so yummy.

Anyone for a pot of orange tea, strawberry maybe, oh you want apple okies lol.

All made from polymer clay, and about 5mm in size.

How did that pic get in here, lol, my beautiful granson Luke......

Happy PINK saturday again.....:)


sherri (Tied Up In Ribbons) said...

Those are really something. Definitely a special talent.

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

wow.. that is awesome! happy pink saturday!

KarenHarveyCox said...

These are just so lovely. Working with things that tiny always amaze me. I love your blog design too.
Happy Pink Saturday,

Beverly said...

Wow, Debra. These are just amazing - and beautiful. I love them.

And, we always need pictures of cute grandsons. ;-)

Smilingsal said...

Your grandson has pretty pink cheeks. It's hard to believe that anyone can make such teeny perfect little things. I'm giving away 3 free books, so be sure to stop by. Happy Pink Saturday!

Katie said...

Love the g'son pic! What cute floral arrangements!

Shabby Kim said...

Hi Debra,

What sweet little creations you have made with the polymore clay. They look so real you almost want to eat them. Yummy!!

Happy Pink Saturday...

Bobbi Jo said...

What precious roses those are. A very handsome grandson. Happy Pink Saturday! Hugs, Bobbi Jo-AZ

Cori G. said...

These look good enough to eat.
Happy pink weekend.

crazyhaberdasher said...

Hi Debra! they are lovely really do look good enough to eat! Thankyou for your kind comment on my blog. I love old Singer treadle sewing machines, and I have been spoilt here having many machines both adult sized and mini sized. They will all be destined for the sewing museum that we hope to have in the future. As with all of the sewing collection. Cherish your Singer treadle - it must hold many wonderful memories for you.

Elly D said...

Hey there Debra, thanks for stopping by my blog.
My what a pretty blog you have. Those little dollhouse ornaments of roses and teapots are so cute.
And what a bonnie GDson you have.
Would love to drop in but you're a teenie bit far away, lol. Elly on the north coast of Scotland.. :-D

Stephanie said...

I love your lovely creations! Perfection!! And, your grandson is a cutie pie!!

Happy Pink Saturday!


She'sSewPretty said...

Oh my gosh! Those little cakes are beautiful! Have a positively pink weekend!

~Becca~Bluebird Rose said...

How delicate and sweet! I first thought it was candy!!

Mary O said...

so cute and precious!

hey, you asked about my old sewing machine, it is more of a fab decoration than anything else - but I would love to get it working again someday!

cheers -


KatCollects said...

Awwww your Grandson is so cute. You have alot of talent, very sweet. Happy Belated Pink Saturday.

Virginia said...

These are just so lovely.
Happy belated Pink Saturday!
Blessings, Virginia


ooooh how sweet and yummy do they look! If only they were real i bet they'd taste soooooooooo goooooood. HEE HEE.
and hello handsome young Luke :)Luv Shann xxoo

My Pink Boutique said...

What adorable doll house cakes and teapots! They're so pretty!

Vera said...

These are adorable and your little grandson is a cutie.