Hello polymer clayers :)
First of all please let me apologize for the quality of the photos today. It's been raining a lot, thunder and all the works and although I love it, it's really challenging to take photographs in the dark for someone who is not an expert!
On the other hand, I actually like the pictures. They may not be perfect, but they came out a little moody and in some way they tell a lot about my life and who I am.
These pictures have been taken on my desk by the bay window where all the miniature magic happens, and one of my cactus friends is posing in the background eager to get discovered. I also have a wall of trees in front of my window which casts a green light on every picture I take, they just want to be in the spotlight! Keen little things!
What can I do? This is my life.
So item #9 on my " 30 Day Polymer Clay Food Prompt" list >>>
>>> Raspberry Drizzle Cake <<<
All I want to say about this cake is that I don't want to make raspberries for at least another century.
Haha, I'm kidding.
Making raspberries one by one is very tedious work, not to mention that I end up cross-eyed from making extremely tiny balls of clay that only an ant can see, so I made one and from that one I made a mould. Thank you very much.
I still like to tweak each raspberry so that they have a bit more definition, as they can look a little bit flat when they come out of the mould.
One of my favourite things about this cake is the serving board; made from wood, filed to shape, painted and waxed, because that's how I like them. I love the texture and the smell.
My raspberry drizzle cake is now available for purchase from my Etsy Shop.
Thank you so much for reading and I'll catch you next time polymer clayers,
Nine down, twenty-one to go.
Have a lovely weekend,
PS: I am literally dying of excitement to show you something I made that goes very well with cake, but I want to make a few before I share them with the world. Wait and see, wait and see.