Hello and Welcome to my Blog ~ I love art of all kinds. Two of my favorites are polymer clay and paper art. I have shops on Etsy that feature both of my passions. I also love writing my blog and finding artists that have a passion for their craft and feature them. I hope your day is filled with sunshine, laughter and loads of creativity.


Tuesday, February 26, 2013

R F Colorful Creations

On my February 20th blog, I introduced Rosemarie of RF Forever Clocks.  Rosemarie has another shop on Etsy called RF Colorful Creations. Today I would like show you some of her wonderful polymer clay creations.

You can visit her shop at:   http://www.etsy.com/shop/RFColorfulCreations




This mini oil lamp is not only decorative, it gives off a warm glow when lit. It can also be used as a diffuser for your favorite fragrance. The glass lamp is designed with polymer clay. The foundation is a light pearl blue with With a designed water scene on top. The lamp is attached to a wood base, painted a metallic bronze. The colors in the photo are slightly lighter due to the flash. The completed design is multi-glazed for shine and protection.



This fun Kitty Cat Pen Holder was created with polymer clay. It's a functional smiley piece. Kitty Cat hopes to make you smile while holding your Pen. The kitty has a terra cotta pot base body that was covered with light gray poly clay. His wood platform was covered with three different shades of blue clay and then texturized. The completed piece was multi-glazed for shine and protection.It comes with a matching covered polymer clay pen.


This terra cotta candy dish is very unique. This is a cute way to have your favorite treat at hand. This pedal style candy dish was made with a rose size pot and saucer. The foundation was hand painted a school bus yellow. The design was created with polymer c;lay. The saucer has hand painted dots. The completed dish was multi-glazed for shine and protection.


This colorful fish frame was decorated with polymer clay over a wood base. It was triple glazed for a brilliant shine and protection. The frame rests on a hand made base with real, tiny seashells.


This glass tealight candle holder was hand designed with polymer clay. There are four polymer clay fishes that are hand painted. The decorative glass holder is fixed permanently the black iron pedestal.
The water is a translucent blue and glows in the dark when lit.


4 comments:

Trina (Trina's Clay Creations) said...

I have always loved Rosemarie's work since first seeing it on Etsy! I love all of these piece that you chose for the feature today!!

Yvonne Tune said...

Hello Sandy
lovely to see so much colour
when it's so dark and dismal here in Ireland, and yes they do make you smile.
Happy Crafting
Yvonne

Sandy's Creations in Clay said...

I agree Trina. I especially like the mini oil lamp. It reminds me of an aquarium.

Sandy's Creations in Clay said...

Thank you for stopping by Yvonne and leaving a comment. I love all the wonderfully bright colors that Rosemarie uses in her creations.