Polymer shrinking pocketbook, severed finger

Pure silliness today. Talk about shrinking pocketbooks! Russian artist Alexandra Garnik used her miniature polymer clay purse in a whimsical necklace that may be a comment on our times.

This very real-looking severed finger was found in one of the brown bag swaps at a recent conference. It was so realistic that we were tempted to file the jagged nail. Turns out the maker of this Halloween surprise was Susan Detwiler.

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  • reply Stacey Conley ,

    that little purse is too die for! That finger is just too creepy. 😉

    • reply Dora ,

      I love the little purse ! The severed finger is grotesquely realistic…for a moment, I thought someone had a really bad accident with a cane slicer, LOL !

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