One Pill Makes You Larger, and One Pill Makes You Small

I like to blast some good tunes while I am working in my Art Studio. Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit” is the perfect song to get me in the right mood for this White Rabbit sculpture that I have been working on.


One pill makes you larger
And one pill makes you small
And the ones that mother gives you
Don’t do anything at all
Go ask Alice, when she’s ten feet tall

And if you go chasing rabbits
And you know you’re going to fall
Tell ‘em a hookah smoking caterpillar
Has given you the call
To call Alice, when she was just small

When the men on the chessboard get up
And tell you where to go
And you’ve just had some kind of mushroom
And your mind is moving low
Go ask Alice, I think she’ll know

When logic and proportion have fallen sloppy dead
And the white knight is talking backwards
And the red Queen’s off with her head
Remember what the dormouse said
“Feed your head, feed your head”

My White Rabbit Sculpture is inspired from Lewis Carroll’s Classic Book “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”. I just finished reading the book, as I didn’t want my imagination corrupted by the more current Disney Movie versions of “Alice in Wonderland”.

I don’t really recall reading the book as a child. I think I would have been very confused by it. Alice seemed to be very OCD, and she questioned absolutely everything. I can totally relate to this girl. I do believe Mr. Lewis Carroll must have been eating those mushrooms in his garden, or smoking that hookah with some good Meds in it when he wrote this.

White Rabbit Sculpture 3White Rabbit Sculpture in Progress.  I have made my basic clay form from White Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay. I am ready to start adding some character to my piece.
White Rabbit Sculpture 5I plan to have Alice riding the White Rabbit, while he is carrying the EggHead Queen of Hearts. Off With Her Head!

1 Egghead Queen of Hearts rough sketchThis is just a rough sketch of my Egghead Queen of Hearts.  Please don’t laugh at my drawing, OK go ahead and laugh then. You can now understand why I mostly stick to 3-D designs. I won’t even try and draw Alice, I will just sculpt what I can from clay with her. I am not really very experienced with sculpting, so this will be interesting to see how it turns out. I was debating on whether or not the Queen of Hearts should be just a head, or have legs. I think I have decided that dangling legs are much funnier.

Remember what the dormouse said
“Feed your head, feed your head”

Blue Bangle Bracelet Trio ~ Custom Colors

Blue Bangle Trio I Custom Made these Polymer Clay Bangle Bracelets for one of my customers. They are a Special Gift for a Sweet 5 year old Little lady. Polymer Clay Bracelets and Jewelry are available for Custom Order in Adult, Teen and Small Child Sizes. They are a great way for Cheerleaders to show their Team Spirit.

Polymer Clay Bangle Bracelets and Heart wave Pendant FreebieThis Heart Wave Pendant is a Freebie. It’s just a little something extra to say Thank You to a very nice customer.

Heart Flag PendantThis is the reverse side of the Polymer Clay Necklace. If you want to see more of my Artsy Handmade Jewelry just follow the link below to my Etsy Jewelry and Vintage Collectibles Shop.

10 lbs of Premo : )

10 lbs of Premo : )

10 lbs of Premo : )

I am Very happy with my order from Polymer Clay Superstore. They have Flat Rate Shipping now, so I ordered 10 lbs. of Clay late on Friday, and I received it by Wednesday.

Here is a link to Polymer Clay Superstore’s Shop

I bought my clay when they had a 30% off sale last week. This week they have Pasta Rollers on sale for 50 % OFF.

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Polymer Clay Peacock Necklace and Earrings

I got busy and finished up a few jewelry projects last week. This is the jewelry that I  created out of the handmade Polymer Clay Peacock Beads that a shared with you a few weeks ago. 1a Bronze PEACOCK  necklace P 3 - 50

This Peacock colored beaded Necklace measures 23″ inches long. It is made with handmade polymer clay beads, blue ceramic glass beads, and blue crystal bi-cone beads.

1a Bronze PEACOCK  necklace P FULL

I created these pretty peacock beads by stacking multiple layers of polymer clay together, then slicing the clay with a curved polymer clay blade. It is always exciting to me to see what beautiful abstract design will appear when I cut into the colored stacks of clay.

1a Artsy Bronze PEACOCK  necklace CLASP

I used a blue / black colored metal toggle clasp on this necklace. I like to finish my necklaces using 2 sets of crimp beads on either side of the clasp for added strength.

1a Artsy Bronze PEACOCK Earrings !A

I made this pretty pair of dangling peacock earrings to match the necklace.

1a Artsy Bronze PEACOCK Earrings !A 2

I used antique bronze colored hook style ear wires to accent the blue, green and gold peacock colors. I thought silver would be too harsh of a contrast on this piece.

1a Artsy Bronze PEACOCK  necklace L 1 50

This pretty Peacock Necklace and Earrings would really brighten up a little white summer dress, or add a nice Pop of color to a simple t-shirt and jeans.

You can see more examples of this technique, and more of my Polymer Clay Jewelry in my Etsy Shop here.

Custom Jewelry Orders are welcome

Polymer Clay Peacock Beads

I am pretty much addicted to this polymer clay bead making technique. I have more ideas for colors of these beads than I will ever have time for. It is a rather time consuming process, but I think it is totally worth the end results.




I thought I would share a little tip on saving money by using household items as tools. Here is what I like to use to poke holes in my beads before baking them. They are the little skewers used for lacing up a turkey. They are the perfect sized hole for me, and I can bake my beads right on them. I buy mine at the 99cent store.


They fit perfectly in my homemade bead baking pan. I made this bead pan out of a box that candles came in. I just cut little notches in it for the bead pins to fit in. It is perfectly safe to put cardboard in your oven at the low baking temperatures required for polymer clay.


If there is a particular technique or tutorial that you would like to see featured here please leave me a comment below.

You can see more examples of different colors of these handmade beads here