Sunday, June 11, 2017

Polymer Clay Journey: Fabulous Fun Flourishing Flowers

Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund
It is another day closer to summer! Depending where you are, there are early, mid or late spring flowers. Here in Thunder Bay, our spring garden didn't fare well. Out of about sixty tulip bulbs planted, we had about two! Yes, we fertilized when we planted them :0( As well, our crocuses, (or is it croac-eye?) and daffodils are no more and it looks like our large oriental poppy perennial plant is surrendering to the same fate as the spring bulbs! Clearly, I stink at gardening. It doesn't help that our entire street, right next to our garden was all dug up for about 2-3 months last year. But, the odds are my green thumb lost all circulation and shall not flourish. (Hey "Flourish," that makes me think of dear Christi Friesen's book of that title)
On That Note...
Polymer Clay bloom by Anita Berglund
Since I can't make our garden flourish or even grow, I can keep creating faux flowers using polymer clay or other materials like fabric! So I just wanted to share some new pieces I have recently been working on, hoping to inspire you. If you can't grow an actual garden of flowers, you can flood your home with handmade botanicals whenever,

💗HeArtfully Creating,
Anita
Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund

Polymer Clay bloom by Anita Berglund
Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund


Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund

Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund
 
Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund

Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund

Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund

Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund

Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund

Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund

Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund

Polymer Clay blooms by Anita Berglund

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