2020 wrapped: Year in Review

I read this joke somewhere. 2020 was a unique year because it had 29 days in February, 53 Wednesdays, and 6 months in April. And if that isn't true I don't know what is. Especially the last few months, from August, passed in a blur. Where did the time go? I was just moping around... Continue Reading →

Why You should Craft and be Terrible at It

I was four when I made my first discernible clay piece. It was a gift for my parents' anniversary. My parents were so proud of me when I made it, though when I look back at it now I suspect that was out of nicety rather than appreciation.  It’s been ten years since then and... Continue Reading →

Trying Realistic Sculpting

Why are dragons easier to make than humans? I've made tons of dragons and mythical creatures such as these over the past two years.   But, I have never tried proper realistic sculpting. I wanted to try working in proportions and follow proper sculpting techniques so that the model looks like a real human. I... Continue Reading →

Polymer Clay Flower Pendant

This past week, I have been experimenting with diy jewellery, using a variety of mediums, such as wire, polymer clay, crochet and beads. This is one of those attempts. This pendant is a great project for beginners, as it does not require exceptional skills or any hard to find materials, just a lot of patience.... Continue Reading →

Stuff I made in the past

There is a lot of fun stuff that I have made in the past which I never photographed. It includes clay, origami, sewing, knitting, crochet, quilling, needle felting, loom bands, scooby strings and lot more. I thought that it would be fun to share that stuff. I am starting a series where I will be... Continue Reading →

Polymer Clay Spider-Man

An ode to your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man! Materials Required: Polymer clay in black, white, blue, red and other colours. Cutter Rolling pin wire (I bought mine from a local hardware store) Long nose Pliers Glue Gun (for repairs) Step 1- Make an armature. This time I used a simple technique by cutting two pieces of wire... Continue Reading →

Millefiori Clay Coasters

Recently I tried millefiori clay cane technique. Just to keep it simple, I made coasters. But using some of the techniques shared in earlier posts, you can make jewellery too. Materials needed- Polymer clay in yellow, blue, green, red and other colours. Cutter Glaze (optional) Rolling pin Step 1- Roll out a piece of blue,... Continue Reading →

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