Montgrand’s Chocolate and Chantilly

A chocolate and chantilly necklace may never have occurred to you but don’t these polymer clay strawberries look marvelous? They’re the work of Paris artist, Delphine Roche de Montgrand (aka La Fille du Consul) who was recently interviewed on CraftySynergy.

Her collection of wearable cherries, peas, and even radishes reminds you that spring is around the corner. Her chocolates are yummy. She started playing with polymer clay as a child and her works retain a look that integrates the child and the designer. Remember her bloody Halloween necklace?

Delphine’s work is in several online boutiques including Egg Mercantile.

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