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Last christmas, my husband and I bought for ourselves a Raspberry Pi Computer with the single purpose of emulating old timers’ video games using the ‘Retro Pie Project’. We managed to purchase Super Nintendo and Nintendo 64 controllers and we were able to emulate and play Nintendo, Super Nintendo and Nintendo 64 Games. We started with our all time favorites but still have a lot more games to play! In celebration of our new ‘Raspberry Pi’ I was inspired to create this realistic polymer clay pendant. It measures 7/8...
Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday that focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died. One of the traditions connected with the holiday is honoring the deceased using sugar skulls. Sugar skulls are candies made from sugar cane and adorned with lines of vegetable dye, usually in green, blue, yellow or red color. This custom miniature was carved out of polymer clay, detailed with pigments and painted after the clay was cured with gold, red and black acrylics. The roses...
I made these little guys around Thanksgiving when I was hopeful that I was going to be prepared for Christmas time. Well, that didn’t happen and after one thing led to another they are now going to be Christmas presents to the family. I wanted to share my adorable friends either way and showcase them for you. As always they were crafted completely out of polymer clay. Please remember that custom orders are always available upon request and feel free to contact us if there’s any questions. Have a...