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1 12 danish - breadbox by Snowfern 1 12 danish - breadbox by Snowfern
1:12 polymer clay croissants and danishes.

also made the acrylic display out of acrylic sheets and recycled packaging plastic. ^ ^
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heathermeadow123 Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2010  Professional Writer
That's amazing. I've tried so hard to do this. Never had any luck. You are surely something to have such patientce. :D
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kayanah Featured By Owner May 2, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I'm hungry now... ;)
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Snowfern Featured By Owner May 8, 2010
:D
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EvenElement Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2010
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Snowfern Featured By Owner May 8, 2010
mmmm that's a cute emoticon XD
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EvenElement Featured By Owner May 10, 2010
Thanks! :)
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MythrilAngel Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
If only those were real...:drool:

I love the marble details you did on the danishes and the drizzle of frosting on the other half of them. I have no idea how you could have the patience to make almonds that small. Is it a cane with a thin layer of a darker color around the semi-translucent color for the almond base? Either way :clap:
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Snowfern Featured By Owner May 8, 2010
it's a ...gosh i made those canes a while back. i think i made a 'nut' colour and then dusted the outerlayer with pastels for a 'skin on' almond. or it could be a skinner blend cane, with darker colours in the centre. see, that's the problem with me, i often change my techniques each time i make a new batch, as i seek to improve and perfect my work :( so i don't really keep track? nor remember to do so? sheesh *bonks own head*
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MythrilAngel Featured By Owner May 13, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Interesting :)

I'd love to get into polymer clay more because I've always been a huge fan of miniatures and sweets. But right about now I think everyone would roll their eyes, turn to each other and say: She's picked up another hobby...how many does that make now?

I change everything I do as well...I almost want to make tutorials for myself for every item I make, as a record of what I did, how I did it, and how I improved...but then it wouldn't be fun for me anymore because tutorials take so long to think out and organize >.<

For my beaded stuff, I take one look at the item I made and I automatically understand how I made it, so I can replicated it if need be. I keep a little container of "patterns" to look at for reference. I think that's as far as I'll go for keeping record myself XDDD
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Talty Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2010   Artisan Crafter
I love the box! How didn't you go crazy making those little almonds? Everything looks perfect :D
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