2010-03-22

Spring Centerpiece. Modeling Clay Floral Arrangement

This floral arrangement I made from soft, spongy and lightweight air dry clay. It's a pleasure to work with!!! Crayola modeling clay is non sticking, for that reason I can more easily shape all details than with Fimo clay. Pity that's not so durable to use in jewelry creations!
At this time I do not have enough time for it, but I promise to draw up and share some DIY tutorials How To Make Life Like Clay Flowers. 




 





 Have Sunny and Blessed Monday!



Linked to:
Made it Mondays at The Persimmon Perch
Make it for Monday at Cottage Instincts
Making the World Cuter Mondays at Making the World Cuter
Spring Has Sprung at Fun to Craft
Motivate Me Monday at Keeping It Simple
Made by You Mondays at Skip to My Lou
Mosaic Monday at Little Red House
It's So Very Creative Mondays at It's So Very Cheri
Weekend Wrap party at Tatertots and Jello
Talented Tuesday at My Frugal Family
Friday Fun Finds at Kojo Designs

20 comments:

  1. What a lovely flowers...gorgeous!

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  2. Saw your flowers on Keeping it simple. I can't believe they are clay and definitely want to see a tutorial, just so I can comprehend how on earth you did it. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Oh,my sweet,lovely Diana!-)*

    The are SO cute and SO ''life'',naturel!!!

    I am totally in LOVE with you creations,my dear talented Diana!!!

    I want to see more...and how do you makes them!

    Much love and warmly hugs,

    ***Violetta***

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  4. This is my visit to your blog and would love to know how to make those flowers. Blessings
    QMM

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  5. You are very talented & patient!

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  6. Diana, Just saw that you are a new follower at ddna and thought I'd stop by to say thanks and I'm so glad I did! Your clay bouquets are stunning! Wow! I'm a new follower. :)

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  7. Stunning arrangement Diana! LOVE IT! Can't wait to view your tutorial on the how-to's of creating such masterpieces. Simply cannot get over your abilities with clay..just remarkable! Such a talent!

    Blessings, Love and Georgia Sunshine, Terri

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  8. Hi Diana! I remade the email button so the lace bottom shows up better. Why don't you go back over and get the new one!!

    Karen
    My Desert Cottage
    Valentine Design

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  9. Very pretty my dear! Love the Roses and the Daffodils!


    I'm having a little giveaway if you want to "Hop" on over and say hi!

    Hugs,
    Shell

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  10. This is so beautiful! You are so talented.

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  11. What a wonderful talent! I looked at your Etsy store - full of beautiful things you've made! I have an Etsy store, too, and really enjoy selling there.

    Amanda

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  12. I found you through Violetta's blog and love your work! This center piece is so lovely a perfect for Spring.
    ♥Sharon

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  13. Wow! I'm super impressed. Thanks for sharing with Made it Monday! Jules

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  14. WOW! I cannot believe you made this from clay. How beautiful!! You are VERY talented! Thanks for sharing at Spring has Sprung at Fun to Craft!

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  15. Wow - that is truly amazing. I can't believe you made that out of clay. You are an artist!

    Thanks so much for sharing it with us!

    XOXO
    Jen

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  16. I am in awe these flowers are perfection!
    Holly
    504 Main

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  17. You are so talented! I can't believe these are made from clay! They are gorgeous! Love seeing what you come up with!:)

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  18. Beautiful.I love them. I make miniature flowers but out of paper and for dollhouses so many are smaller than a penny.

    I've just started to make some bigger paper ones for my home and I would never have thought of using crayola air dry as a medium.

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  19. Absolutely gorgeous and the bracelet above is so beautiful too! I would love to learn how you made the clay flowers!

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