Ashdown’s ham cane

South African miniaturist Karin Ashdown makes a mean little sliced ham from a polymer clay cane. And I can’t for the life of me think how she makes sliced bread look so real. Look through her sites and her Flickr page for more mini-yummies.

Perhaps Karin’s cleverest idea was to plunge items into a roll of toilet paper to hold them while they dry. This would be great for beads on needles…and so handy. Forida’s Michele Holley sent the link along.

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  • reply michele "luny" holley ,

    Cynthia …thank you so much for featuring Kay at Polymer Clay Daily today. She totally deserves to have her work seen as she is a dedicated and talented artist . . . and a wonderful person too! Her work is truly amazing!
    Thank you for mentioning my link too and please know that it is very much appreciated!
    hugs, luny

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