Monday, November 9, 2009


I am still busy creating things for christmas.  I finally have the first batch of ornaments I mail out finished and now I can move on to making christmas cards to go with them.  On another note, I made my first polymer clay cane this last weekend, and even though I made a few mistakes and know what to do better next time, the cane did work and I was just proud as I could be about it.  I can't show you how I used it yet, because it is part of a christmas swap, but I think I will be making more of them to try and get a bit more realistic.  What fun!  Here's some pictures of the first batch of christmas ornaments- I'll be MIA again for a bit while I do the cards :)



rosanna said...

How many !! and they are lovely Rosanna

De said...

Beautiful ornaments, Kim!

sunshine said...

The ornaments look beautiful Kimmy girl!!!
I've said it before .. I'll say it again.. you are so talented! :)

I received both cards today from you. Thank you sooo much. I'm going to take a picture of me and my button later. ;P Oh and.. the hairy leg thing.. hahahah.. me too!!!!!

Love you!

sunshine said...

BTW.. I keep meaning to mention to you... I think you should check out a blog that is on my blogroll.
It's called "The house in the roses"... I love it so much and I think you would enjoy it as well.
Very whimsical. :)


Melanye K. said...

how darling kim! you're reminding me that i need to get going on making christmas stuff. i'm trying to have all handmade ornaments on my tree this year so i better get in gear!

can't wait to see the cards!

Adoyma said...

Es precioso todo lo que tienes de navidad.
Desde Madrid, España, cordial saludo,

Maia's Twinkle Miniatures said...

I love the ornaments Kim! They're beautiful and it's such a special gift. You have really been busy. :)

Deni said...

They are beautiful! Kim
How clever!

dales_dreams said...

Wow! you are amazing! :)

Eva Prunella Grandiflora said...

Wow Kim! They are gorgeous! I am really curious about your cane now!
you are so creative and talented!
Big hug,

julia said...

Oh my! The ornaments are wonderful!! What a lot of talent and time you have invested in them!!! I can't wait to see the cards that go with them. And the candy cane from polymer. Wow!

Kim said...

Thank you everyone! These have become a tradition for me- I started out with just six people I sent them to and now I have over 40! They are a labor of love and I don't think my christmas would be the same without making them :)

Papillon Bleu said...

OMG!How long does it take to make all these Kim? it is extraordinary!
I cannot wait to see your cane!

Kim said...

Patricia- I work full time, so I can't devote full days to them- but I would say I work on them at night for about 2-3 weeks or so. Now I start special ornaments that I make where I put the faces of my nieces and nephews onto the ornament. This year they will be reindeers! I'll post one when I am finished if I can get permission from one of my siblings to show their child's face on my blog :)

Reisl Today said...

Such great ornaments! I like the new look of your blog too.
Tell Bernard hello :)

silk purse said...

Thanks for stopping by, It's always wonderful to hear from you! You're a busy Christmas elf these days.., those ornaments are precious!

Here is my email address Kim so that I can send you your wee gifties:,

Thanks for the kind words of encouragement re those blog "buttons!.., I miss you at TUESDAY TEA FOR TWO, yet I so understnd that you are busy making your delightful art!

Cheers from Silken Purse

sunshine said...

Just thinking about you.
Hope you are having a lovely weekend.
The weather is beautiful here.. hope you are getting the same stuff!!!