Toronto’s Afsaneh Tajvidi designs lovely delicate jewelry and sells her jewel-tone watercolors and prints on Etsy. Every once in a while she gets the urge to play with polymer – usually when she’s inspired by her window sill succulent garden or has a request for a cake topper.

Afi rediscovered a stash of tiny flower pots that she had collected and started making a new miniature cactus collection in colors that delight the eye. Is it the gelato colors that make them so mouthwatering?

Here’s her polymer collection on Flickr, her Facebook page, her Etsy site (with a feature on Afi) and her blog.

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  • reply Luann Udell ,

    Finally! A green plant my brown thumb won’t kill! :^D This would make a great gift for plant lovers and garderners.

    • reply Kat Pac ,

      I love the concept and colors!

      • reply Cara Jane ,

        They are delighful!

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