Need a little more Star Wars in your life? Inspired by this summer’s Clone Cupcakes
and the Stuff on a Stick contest on Instructables
, I was inspired the other day to create this tasty little Clone Army…
The pops are basically Rolo candies, covered in marshmallow fondant, with fondant details. No baking required!
Though I do admit that they are a bit time consuming…
But were definitely appreciated by the young Star Wars fans…
Wanna Make them yourself?
I’ve written up the whole thing as an instructable, with tons of photos and instructions for both the clone troopers and the storm trooper versions
… Click the image below, or go here
I’ve been working on a way to sell some of my artwork, in a way that is both affordable, and more ‘useful’ than just a picture you hang on your wall. So this is a couple of prototypes of my latest idea! (Excuse the pics, these aren’t the highest quality!)
I’ve been playing around with glass tile necklaces, with either prints from my artwork, or original drawings, as fun and wearable art.
Here are the 2 prototypes–based on the watercolor series (“Robot World
“) which is currently in the Museum of Science in Boston.
One is the robot from “A Clockwork Red” and the other is one of the balloons in the background of “Blue”.… [ KEEP READING ]
Hi Everybody!! My name is Chrissy P. from Felted Chicken
! I’m your average-everyday Felter living & working on Hollywood, CA. I’ve been needle-felting for about a year and a half now, and am always looking for new, interesting, and easy ways to add some extra UMPF to my sculptures. Nancy was kind enough to ask me to share a tutorial on one of these processes.
In addition to the traditional felting techniques that everybody uses (needle & wet-felting, dying my own wool, accenting with tufts of colored wool) I also use an Airbrush to add shadows & gradients to my pieces. … [ KEEP READING ]
Flowers are a great decoration for crafts and food alike! And roses particularly have romantic connotations, or are just plain lovely.
(Well, except the Bacon Roses
, those are just plain weird.)
I’ve been seeing them everywhere lately, so here are a few ways to make them:
Some fun Rose Making Links:
<<Here’s a rose “chip” made from Beets! Such a clever idea for a ‘savory’ rose! See the how-to at Eye Candy.
Also some done with purple potatoes (see pic above)
Little Birdie Secrets has a tutorial on making really pretty paper roses
, that looks very neat! Love the end product…>>
<<Another one from Eye Candy – Make these cute radish roses
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