Friday, 30 March 2012

Odd Hobby

I pick up a hobby, buy all the tools, supplies and whatnot, enjoy hobby for approximately a week, and then drop said hobby.

Rinse, repeat.

So far I've been completely enamoured for shorts amount of time in- felt food making, jewellery making, glass bead blowing, wire sculptures, origami, calligraphy, boxing, making my own beauty products, illustration, scrabble letter creations, scrapbooking, handbag sewing, organic dog baking.

That's just in the past 12 months alone.

My new favourite thing?

Polymer clay.

I've just spent 3 hours avoiding my essay, but making tiny, cute little food item charms. I have no flipping idea what i'm going to do with them now.


What's your hobby?

15 comments:

  1. They are AMAZING! So cute, you are really talented. surely you could sell things like that at a craft market, i would definitely buy them :)

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    1. Thanks for the encouragement!
      Ive actually been eyeing off cupcake decorating now, after your post!
      Those Tiffany cupcakes are amazing, I love the one that looks like its quilted.

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  2. Wow did you really make those? They are so cute, you should sell them somewhere or do a give away.

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    1. I did, however am now kicking myself, writing an essay at the last minute.
      Thankyou, I was thinking of making keyrings or a childs charm bracelet as a gift?
      A giveaway is a great idea, im thinking when/if I finally reach 50 followers.

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  3. omg!! im just like you lol A few months a go i was really into the clay stuff too, went to spotlight and got a bunch! burnt them all in the oven and gave up lol

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  4. I remember using fimo a lot as a kid, my nanna used to make stuff.

    Was thinking of getting back into it, I'd love to make a wedding cake topper for my best friend. Think it'd be a great gift! Just like the personalised ones you can buy on etsy.

    You may have inspired me to try ;-)

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    1. Im addicted at the moment. Need to try out some new stuff though- how many croissants and macaroons can one person make, lol.

      A cake tropper is a brilliant idea! Have a try, would love to see how you go!

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  5. Wow, they are so so so gorgeous!!! :)

    And haha, I've just been a little caught up lately, trying to be more studious this year and study more (well, spread out my studying instead of leaving it until the week before exams!) so haven't been on Blogger as much, but it's nice to know I was missed a little!

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    1. Of course you were Joan! I do admire your dedication to your studies, if only I treated mine the same!

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  6. THE CRUELEST THING EVER
    LOOKS LIKE YOU CAN EAT BUT YOU CAN'T :((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((
    hahax xx

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