Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Suphattra's Clay Flowers

 Christie: Today I'm going to share with you one of my favorite products.


Christie: Every year at our local art festival, I buy a few flowers... I'm growing quite the garden at the moment! The work is tiny and amazing, and if you don't like the pot your flower comes in, the artist will switch pots immediately for you! Talk about customer service!

Christie: This year she even had tiny Bamboo... when I was talking to her about it she said they were her favorites. :)

Christie: She makes larger, more 1/4-1/3 scale flowers too, of course our household has many of those as well!

All of her work is beautiful and affordable!
I'm not sure if she's willing to sell off of her website (I've spoken with her a few times and she says that the art fair season keeps her very, very, very busy!) but if you're interested
in checking her out, just click HERE!

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    1. Yes yes, I really love these flowers too!

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  2. Thanks for sharing :-)
    Christie needs a gardener outfit with garden tools and a straw hat like this one
    http://minigardener.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/2001barbie.jpg

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    1. Christie: OOH! YES! Pink overalls would be perfect!!! I wonder if I can get pink gardening tools too?

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  3. That is just amazing. I cant believe it's clay.

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    1. Me either... she makes life-size stuff too that's just awesome.
      She teaches classes, I've always been tempted to take some of them.

      They also don't seem to collect dust, which is kind of awesome, and they're bendy, so you can adjust the position of leaves and flowers and such. It's pretty cool I'm in awe of miniature artists.

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  4. These are really cute, I can see why the art fair season keeps her very busy.

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    1. She's very talented... I love her life-sized plants too, but never buy one because I am always too drawn in by the miniatures!

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  5. These are adorable! Your artist friend does very nice work. :-)

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    1. *nod* I agree, her work is so pretty :) I always buy some and think "Oh, that's good for this year" and then find myself, a day later, cursing not having bought more, LOL!

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  6. It's amazing the talent out there for miniature things. These look so realistic. I may have to check that place out. I have a few dolls that might be in good scale for.

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    1. I agree, I have no idea how they make this stuff!

      Sadly, her online site is really lacking... I should just buy a bunch of her stuff and offer it for sale here next time!

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  7. Wow, they are sooooo cute!! They look real and really beautiful, what a gardern you're getting!

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    1. Her stuff is amazing... I always refrain from buying too much, but then curse myself later on, thinking, "Ah, I should have bought more!" LOL!

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