Polymer Clay Miniature Feast

It’s time to start thinking about Thanksgiving dinner and this 1/12th size polymer clay feast from Norway’s Christel Jensen makes it look easy. Check out the bananas in her fruit tarts. And her bread dough looks absolutely edible.

Christel has a new DVD out if you’d like to learn to make miniature teapots. Don’t miss her detailed flowers and inviting room settings.

Susan Lomuto reminds us that the 2008 polymer clay Niche Award finalists have been named and there are statements from each of the finalists on the NPCG site. The pictures of the entries are frustratingly miniature. Congrats to the finalists.

I’m off to grocery shop and tidy the house for guests. And of course there’s the OSU/Michigan game. Go Bucks.

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  • reply mary t. ,

    hello Christel
    you’ve been a busy girl…remember me from Louise Fischer Cozzi’s course in Stresa?
    Mary T.

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