Thursday, August 16, 2012

Is that really made from clay?

I recently found a fun Etsy shop that I wanted to share with you -- A Girl and Her Clay.  I was blown away by Celeste's creativity and talent with sculpting clay.  I jumped on her 50% off sale (still going through August 18 with a free shipping code, too) to snag some fun pieces.  These photos don't do justice to the pieces.  They are exquisite with teeny, tiny details.  I purchased one of her grab bags that contained this cute bunny that Princess has happily adopted.
Love the detail on the strawberry
 This cute ring was another grab bag treasure.  I must admit, I'm not sure exactly what it is supposed to be, but I can appreciate the details.
I couldn't resist this cute s'more charm set. These charms are so tiny, but look so realistic and detailed.
Or how about this pop-tart charm.  It looks real enough to eat. All this yummy-looking goodness is only about an inch long.
After seeing Celeste's creativity, the wheels started turning in my head.  I thought it would be great to see if she could make a Husker-related charm for Little Miss Sunshine, our self-proclaimed Husker-a-holic.
Celeste was super excited to get a custom order and went right to work on a chibi version of Lil Red. She really captured his cuteness.  This little guy in only a couple inches tall, but that was enough to make Little Miss Sunshine squeal with delight.
I'm sure glad I opted to give him as a "Back-to-school" gift rather than waiting until Christmas like I'd originally planned.  Now Lil Red can be worn every game day.

You should check out Celeste's shop while she's running her fabulous sale, especially if you love sushi.  Just sayin'.


3 comments:

Celeste Winchell said...

What a cute post! Your daughter is ADORABLE! I'm so glad she liked her necklace. Thanks so much for the love and support you've shown towards my shop.Is it ok if I link this up to my blog?

Nicholl Vincent said...

such a cutie and stuff stuff!

Have a lovely day! Stop by nichollvincent.blogspot.com and say hello! :)

Abby Purcell said...

They are so cute! I would be hungry all day wearing those around. I think that charm is a macaroon, I've never actually had one but everyone blogs about them..