New from trumatter: Handmade Vintage Clay Birds

My latest toy: Clay

(Cam on vacation, will update this post with better images, I promise. So please excuse the blur)

With R, away on a business trip to Singapore and lots of time in hand, I made this cute pair last night and I’m quite happy about the result. I guess this young lady too!

I baked them with Proto Clay (polymer clay), Dowsed them in some loveable creamy acrylic and then distressed them. Pretty simple huh!

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15 thoughts on “New from trumatter: Handmade Vintage Clay Birds

  1. Oh my goodness! They are so precious. I just love them. You are one talented gal. So glad you found us over at the picket fence for our Inspiration Friday party! Hope you’ll join us again, we have a fun time each week! Be sure to follow us on Facebook we love to do features from Inspiration Friday over there as well! Have a lovely weekend.



    • @ the picket fence: I’m so honored to have your comment and your support. Thank you so much for taking out time to drop by.
      Inspiration Friday is now on my widget…which means I’m a regular from now on 🙂 Cant wait to be at the picket fence.


  2. they’re fabulous! so black polymer clay right? then dipped in ivory? genius! you, your creativity, spirit, and sophisticated blog are bound to shoot straight to the top, my lovely. hopefully you are submitting your stuff to those ‘little design blogs’ out there like decor sponge and decor8.seriously.




    • Michele, surprisingly I thought about you when I was making them. Because I knew that you will really enjoy it, with your love for shabby decor and clay art.

      Yes, black polymer clay, then dipped in ivory and distressing. No sand paper but with coarse cloth. I didn’t think it will come out so well. Exceeded expectation…lol. Oh, btw, I havent submitted anythig on decor8 and design sponge…I should go and check it out Mich…thanks for telling me.

      Love u XX


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