Check out these cute polymer clay magnets I just purchased.
I think they will look adorable embedded in a super clear bar of soap. Or maybe I’ll use them for their intended purpose – as actual magnets.
I love the extra little touch of personality that owner Afi included on the packaging – a sculpted clay flower and a hand drawn cupcake cartoon on the envelope! It certainly made me smile and appreciate the effort.
Buy your own set of sweet foody magnets at JooJoo’s Etsy Shop here.
how do you make them??????………..:}
Aren’t they adorable? You’d have to ask the Etsy seller that I bought them from but they’re still on my fridge and I love ’em!
Joanna Schmidt says
polymer is wonderful if you have the patience to make figures. My daughter is amazing at modeling clay. I think these cupcakes are wonderful. So darn cute!
In case you sew, Robert Kaufman has a cupcake fabric. I can see this as a mixer cover. Google should bring it right up.
The magnets are up on my fridge right now and they are such an unbelievably cute addition of whimsy. I love ’em!
Teresa R says
Good point about the human touches. I also love the sweet msgs in the pkgs I get from Bramble Berry, and all the other ladies I’ve ordered from (you know who you are; you all hang out here! LOL!).
These are too cute!
Sunshine Mom, I totally agree with you about our automated lifestyles. Even the shopping markets are getting into it with self serve shopping lines. I definitely end up missing human interaction more and more these days.
Those are just too cute! And much easier on the waist line = )
Did I really say electronic? LOL. I meant to say automated. 🙂
Those are really cute. I love the cupcake cartoon too. Reminds me of the messages on my packages from Bramble Berry. They really make a girl feel special 🙂
Everything is so electronic these days that some business seem to forget that they are shipping to real people.
So cute! I love polymer clay. I made a bunch of cute animals a few years ago for Christmas and gave them to family as stocking stuffer type gifts.