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Tuesday
Jan212014

Curio: Clay Creations

Alexa here. With Frozen being the only thing on my young daughter's mind these days, I've been searching for some non-Disney-manufactured goodies to please her. (Yes, I'm stubborn that way. If we saw the film why not just buy the related merchandise, you ask? Because I'm a curmudgeon.) In my search for the perfect handmade Olaf I fell down an etsy rabbit hole of clay creations.

Some selections from my excursions...

The Faun, available here.


Olaf earrings, available here.

De Niro clay caricature, available here.

Woody brooch available here.

Magic Mike, available here.


Scary Samara sculpture, available here.


Audrey II, available here.


Facehugger, available here. The Dude, available here.

 Who knew there were so many frustrated claymation artists out there building cinematic icons out of polymer clay?

 

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I really want those Olaf earrings now...

January 21, 2014 | Unregistered Commenterth

Fabulous finds! Thank you for featuring my brooch!

January 21, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMilos
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