polymer clay ornaments


This is Barnaby, a Maltese I felted based on the inset image of the first photo.  It is also a Christmas ornament when the string is attached.  It takes a while to find the center of gravity to hang the string so the little figurine will stay leveled.  All the more tricks to master!


I made more micro rubber ducks, these are now available in my online shop, I made tiny ducks approx 3mm in size, they are in a tiny pond with a lily pad and a fluffy cloud dangling from above
The bottle measures 1.5cm, it can be kept as a miniature ornament or I can make it into a wearable necklace by adding a chain x

Hope you like my micro scene, it was very tricky to make x

Buy a duck bottle here; https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/204726682/micro-rubber-duck-scene-miniature


I love making custom pet ornaments, mainly for the stories behind them. This pretty boy is Mister Tweets, who is sadly no longer with us. He was so loved and is greatly missed by his family, so his owner had me make two ornaments in loving memory of him, one for her and one for her daughter. I’m glad to know they can continue to admire his pretty self each day

Oh my, this poor Ralph ornament has quite the story!  I started working on this piece in December of 2012, because I was really sad that I couldn’t find any cool Wreck-It Ralph Christmas ornaments.  Unfortunately, time got away from me, and I wasn’t able to finish him in time to put on the Christmas tree.  I finished the sculpting on him in January, prepped him for painting, and just got super busy preparing for Megacon!  Poor Ralph then sat on my desk unpainted for nearly an entire year, until I finally decided to pick him back up and paint him.  I finished him just in time to put on my tree for this past Christmas!