I wish I knew who I bought this little angel ornament from at Winterfair a few years back. It's delightful and my attempts to replicate it were laughable. There's a tutorial on Robin LeDuc's site that makes the process look deceptively easy. Trust me, it's not but I am tempted to try again.

Our young neighbors just brought their brand new baby over. Talk about artistry and little angels!

If you're a baby lover, Robin's got some very nice work on her New Hampshire site as does Utah's Lorie Follett (thanks to Carol Simmons for the link). Of course there's Camille Allen, the mother of all polymer clay babies.

On a more adult note, Kim Cavender just sent in a link to Joanna Howdydoo's sculptures which are immensely entertaining.

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  • reply LInda ,

    I also purchased one of these delightful little babies for my Grandaughters first Christmas 8 years ago, also at Winterfair She is still one of my favorite ornaments. The woman who created her made elaborate fabric creatures. I remember an almost life size giraffe. The creatures were clothed in the most lucious fabrics and embellishments. Great stuff but I don’t recall her name.

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