Monday, February 4, 2013

Playing with Polymer clay

I can't believe how fast this year is already going. January was a rough month for me. My husband has worked a third shift job all the years we have been married and then he does the Ranch work during the day. This year he started working dayshift and it has been quite the adjustment. I didn't realize how much I relied on him during the day to take care of our youngest. She has preschool until 11:30am and he would pick her up and fix her lunch while I would run errands or get work done. In the last few weeks I have had to rearrange my schedule a number of times, because he would not be home to help with Christyn. I hope I will soon get a schedule down that will make both her and I happy. Also, this month my family was hit hard with the Influenza bug and that was no fun. My son injured his shoulder during wrestling and had to take the rest of the season off. It has been pretty hard on him. He is a super active kid and doesn't like not being able to participate in sports. Right now all he can do is run or weight lift his legs. He is not able to use his arm for 3 months. Okay enough about that...  Here are a few wonderful things going on. My workout schedule is officially back on track. Yipee! I am locked in for a few shows this year which I am excited about. I took last year off and really missed it, so I am going to give this a go one more time. I have been feeling super creative lately, which of course is always good news for me. I am just one of those people who is happiest when they are creating something. Speaking of are a few pieces I made last month. I haven't worked with Polymer clay for a while and just felt like trying some things out. I'm still not sure I will have these things available at the shows, but I might list them in my Etsy store. I would love comments about what you think. These would make great little gifts or even use them as cake toppers. Anyways, hope to have more projects posted soon. Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Super cute! I love the owls and lady bugs, but they are all cute!

  2. Hi Rhonda, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris