After my hand-sewn dress project for my baby Girl, making a no-sew tutu skirt comes next. But before I can even get my hands on tulle that I bought from divi, this 'clay art thing' caught my attention and was eager to try hand crafting using polymer clay.
As a beginner in this craft, I was a little surprised on how time consuming it turned out to be. I watched youtube tutorials on making chibis and simple creations and it took them less than an hour to finish their art work, mine took 4 hours of trial and error. Well I guess that was pretty normal, I need to learn more designing techniques to came up with a much more smooth-finished clay works.
I ordered "Get Go pack" Flexible basic colors and a pack of skin color from Claytoons, and waited for a perfect time to get started. That's when the kids were sound asleep!
|First attempt on baking clay. I need to adjust the baking temp., "medyo hilaw pa".|
|Cute 'lil angel, Sofia the first, and Girl in Red clay charms!|
He requested, this "perman" mini figure... I swear, "hindi sya madaling gawin". I spent a couple of hours doing this in two consecutive nights.
|I wasn't able to finish it with one seating because someone volunteered to 'help'.|
My B was wide awake at the time I'm working on this, so to keep me undisturbed while trying to complete perman's parts, I assigned him to copy a boy's face to keep him entertained doing on his own.
|Nice try! Gotta have more on mommy's artistic side.|
I did enjoy every minute spent doing this art project. Cheers to having more time at home that allows me to do more art craft projects that makes my heart oh-so-happy! =)