This is Gertie and her vegetable garden! This is my biggest and most detailed Fuzzy project to date. I decided to try my hand at creating little scenes for my mice, and what better base for a “Gourmet Fuzzy” than a kitchen cutting board? Gertie has her own little gardening apron and a straw hat resting on her back.
Gertie’s little patch of veggies includes hand-sculpted polymer clay carrots, cauliflower and cabbage I made myself, along with some essential gardening tools, like a trowel, wheelbarrow and watering can (dollhouse miniatures I purchased). I also designed my own little seed packets. Plus, there’s a little bunny waiting to nibble on the veggies!
Gertie’s garden will be available on Etsy soon!
This is Nori! He’s a sushi chef, and he’s prepared a platter of yummy sushi! I handmade every piece from polymer clay. He’s now listed on Etsy!
I’ve been dying to share these Santas ever since I first started them back in September, and now that they’ve gone to their recipients, I finally can! I had so much fun creating them – each has his own distinct personality. Perhaps I’ll get to working on lady friends for them for next year!
First up is this all-white Father Christmas! He definitely has an Old World vintage vibe, with his boxwood-wreathed head and burlap sack.
This more traditional Santa Claus is dressed in red and has a tray of cookies! I handmade all of the cookies from polymer clay.
Lastly, this is a wine-loving Santa! He is dressed in a forest green hooded coat and is carrying a basket of wine, brie, grapes and a baguette (all handmade polymer clay) along with a wine-themed boxwood wreath!
All of these Santas were inspired by Sarafina Fiber Art’s AMAZING tutorials!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Clark is ready to decorate the tree with lights, and Bianca is up for a snowball fight. Both of these cuties are listed in the Etsy shop!