Chocolate jar. #crafts #chocolate
So uhhm hey, long time no see right? Oh guys I am so sorry I keep coming and going. Truth be told, much like before, inspiration to make crafts has dwindled lately and when i do want to make something I just think everything I try looks like…well, crap!
I made a few bits and pieces in december and january but usually when I come home from work i’m too exhausted to want to make anything -____-
I did however muster the strength to make this little decoden glass jar with a chocolate theme. I actually work in a small chocolate shop so I was inspired to make mini versions of some of the delicious treats we sell: almond marzipan, peppermint creme, milk chocolate caramel and rum truffle! I added a big chocolate bar just to fill up empty space XD
The sauce is brown scribbles paint (which i sorely need more of right now).
Hearty clay marshmallow twists
Following in the same vein of ice creams and ice creams that melt i made some more of these little chappies. These ones are sans cone but still look cute!
I have some ideas for a few decoden projects as well so stay tuuuuned! :D
I fiiiiinally made something i actually like! Hurrah!
This lovely little treat is a dropped ice cream cone, all melty and spilled. Poor little ice cream :(
Teeny tiny fake cookies
Its almost finished ♥
Perhaps a tad late for ginger bread houses but i think i may have finally gotten my head around how to craft them in clay!
It’s not 100% finished yet and that drizzle on the roof is still drying, but i’m hoping it’ll look super when it’s done!
(i like my purikura apps too much!)
I suppose it’s the introduction of new clay and clay accessories that gets me back into crafting on a regular basis. And hey, now that i have some form of income i can actually afford to continue making things. Anyway.
I got a bunch of amazing clay sets and various molds for christmas (more on that in a later post) but one of the items i got, that i’ve been lusting after for EVER, was a Debika chocolates mold. It’s a pretty petite little thing made of semi flexible plastic. So far i’ve used it with polymer clay and that worked an absolute treat so i’m assuming paper clay will be no trouble at all :)
So i made a bunch of chocolate bars and chocolate hearts. They’ll end up being rings and such once i get more bases in stock!
My first fuwa fuwa paper clay cake
My boyfriend got me a fuwa fuwa set from Modes4u for christmas and i made this little cake with it yesterday :)
The clay texture itself is really nice, doesn’t stain or leave your hands dry (which is a pet peeve of mine!) And i like that i can use the mold for other clay crafts too!
I got many more exciting clay things for christmas so stay tuned to see them :)