Thursday, 19 March 2009

ATCs and Using Polymer Clay

Before I had my twin boys four years ago I enjoyed sculpting fairies and mermaids and working with Polymer Clay. But once the twins came along I couldn't devote as much time to sculpting as I needed to improve, so my vintage altered art took over to satisfy my creative needs.
As I love working with clay I wanted to incorporate it into my work on occasion, so I produced a few ATCs and made little clay toadstools for my images to sit on and it seemed to work really well.

I adore creating these little works of art, just having the clay toadstool, I feel, really brings the piece alive.


Ingrid Mida said...

I love the toadstools. They really do make the work come alive. What a clever idea.
How you find the time to do anything as the mother of twin boys is amazing to me!

JanJ said...

Gorgeous Mandy, I love the toadstools, they really add to the pieces. Fab work, as always

Jan x

~Vintage Nina~ said...

WOW!!! I LOVE them! How on earth do you have time to make anything with twins? You are a Super Woman Artist!!! Your cards are so unique and amazing.....I have never seen anything like them. You have so much talent!
I left a surprise for you on my blog. I just wanted you to know how much I appreciate your work:)!

faerie enchantment said...

OMG, these are over the top, I love love love those mushroom toad stools, they are so magical. these atc's look so real, I love the idea of the polymer clay!


Gail said...

Beautiful mandy, they look real. I love how the wings are so transparent.

Gail x

Shonna said...

These are so clever and interesting, not to mention gorgeous!! Great work!!!

SarahD said...

Mandy just love the toadstools stunning work as always

Hugs Sarah xx

Tracy/ Dust of Enchantment said...

Love the toadstools! I really like Madam Butterfly :)

windlewood said...

What a wonderful new invention!!!!
Two spirited thumbs up my dear!!

Janny said...

They are gorgeous!!

Artyfax said...

love these toadstools, they are fabulous; and such a creative idea

Ann said...

Outstanding,so creative....I am so envious of how your mind works!!