Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Polymer Clay - Miniature Kitchen's Table Display!

Hello Everyone,

Hope that you are all well. Firstly I want to welcome two new followers of my blog. Welcome Gleise and Chris!  

I have been very busy in the past few days. Matthias and Raquel soon start school so I have been preparing their uniforms, books and stationary. Will be missing them a lot. Baby Leah has been very good and tomorrow she will be 3 weeks old. Time flies.

So far I haven't started building Wood Cutter's Cottage. But it won't be too long before I get started. At the moment I am just preparing the stuff I need for it as in wall papers and flooring, lighting, furniture and accessories.

I am also thinking of starting a smaller project for Christmas. I have been thinking about it for quite some time now and I really want to involve my children in it. I wish to spend some more time with them especially now that they start school. So fingers crossed that I might do it. 

Today I will be sharing with you some more polymer clay miniatures that I did during this past week. I have done some pots and pans and a food preparation table that will be set up in Wood Cutter's Cottage. 

My food preparation display
I have done a kettle, colander, pots and pans in copper color which I have placed them in the lower shelve of the table. Then I did the food preparation table which took me quite some time to complete.

I have done a bunch of flowers in a vase,  A pot with tomato sauce and a wooden spoon. The spinach filling in a bowl. A rolling pin and pieces of dough, Unfinished spinach ravioli, Copping board and cutter with uncut ravioli and some finished ravioli. Everything you see is made with polymer clay by me. 

The Kitchen's table set up for Wood Cutter's Cottage

The Ravioli Preparation Setup

Pots and Pans in the lower Shelve

I am quite pleased with the outcome of the whole set up. The tiled wall will also be used for the Wood Cutter's Cottage. I hope you all like it.

Please keep tuned for more updates. 

Tale Care and See you soon.

Rebecca xxx

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I like this preparation.
    Kiss Faby

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    1. Thank you so much Faby, I am so glad that you like it. Take care xxx

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  2. If you have got recently else a router to your workshop, it's a good addition and permits you to advance to the next level within the comes you'll be able to do currently that you just have purchased this tool.

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    1. Thank you for the advice. Yes a router does help to round the edges and make it much more easier to work with.

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    2. Thank you for the advice. Yes a router does help to round the edges and make it much more easier to work with.

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  3. These kitchens and their tables are also make with polymer clay. These Drum sander are useful for us and it also looks amazing and sweet.

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