2.10.14

Clay Bunny and Girl

Clay Bunny
           Dear friends super excited to share  some clay models made my by little daughter[ she is not so little any more-- she is 8 now!].Like many doting mums I do buy expensive toys for my little girl but despite me and her grandmother spoiling my little girl with expensive Barbie dolls, I am proud to say my daughter has the most fun while crafting with her hands!!
Clay Bunny
My daughter has holidays now and today my husband acted as babysitter! I was so thrilled to be greeted by this cute clay bunny on clay grass when I cam home from my Clinic today!
Clay Girl
Her father gave her an old tile to put her clay models on and she was so excited we loved her clay bunny she made a Clay doll to keep her bunny company!
Clay Models
The white and pink are some new clay colors I got for her, so like any little/big girl who wants to play with new crafty goodies you see a dominance of pink and white!! Ha Ha
Clay Craft Artist!
And here is my darling Clay artist with her clay models! Do pen down a few sweet words for my kiddo....believe me she is going to want to read all the comments and ask me what each one of you had said!!

89 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, what a little artist your daughter has become. She did a remarkable job and this keeps her hands and mind very busy. The bunny and doll are created beautifully. I like the hat on the doll...nice detailing. Dr. Sonia, your daughter is growing up very fast and such a pretty girl.

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    1. Thank you so much Brenda...and my daughter asked me to tell you its not a hat but the hairstyle of Keralite ladies-- like a top bun!! Ha Ha!!

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  2. oh.. she sure is creative!! beautiful girl and bunny..
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  3. When the creator of this bunny is so Sweet No wonder the it is so cute ! Wonderful job Prisha ,would love to see what you create next in your vacations !

    P.S Dr.Sonia your kitchen garden looks nice :) Bitter gourd ..organic ?

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    1. Ha ha Yes Pooja...Bittergourd grown by my hubby on our terrace-- he is the gardener in our family...I hate to even water the plants!!

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  4. So cute!
    Here in Brazil we say "Son of fish is fishy." Ie talented mother, talented children.
    Hugs!

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    1. Ha Ha Nagela...your comment got my daughter confused and she wanted me to explain!! You are so sweet!

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  5. Owww how sweet, your daughter is very talented, lots of hugs, Marion

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    1. Thank you so much Marion...so good of you to encourage my little girls clay crafting!

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  6. how cute love bunnies. hugs

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  7. This is Beautiful Sonia. You have a very talented Daughter..Loz

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  8. aww...such a cute creation by your daughter. She's a talented young lady.

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    1. Thank you so much Jasleen...yes she can keep busy crafting for hours!

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  9. This BEE is hopping over to see your daughter's wonderful clay bunny & girl creationsl. Like that she is crafting with her hands. I played with Barbie dolls when younger.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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    1. Thank you so much Melissa. I played with the chubbier dolls with beautiful large eyes in my time and so cant understand the charm of the skinny Barbies!!

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  10. This is so adorable Sonia, I have worked with clay a little bit, but you are always so inspiring I may have to pull the clay out!! my DL.ART Thankful Thursday Anything Goes October Linky Party. Have a blessed day, my friend
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com http://dianamlarson.ctmh.com

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    1. Thank you so much Diana...glad my little girls clay models fired up up to play with clay again...would love to see your creations

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  11. hahaha! so sweet!

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  12. What an artist she is!! The clay bunny and girl look amazing!! I used to work with clay and I could never make anything so beautiful!! She is truly talented - just like her Momma!! Love these!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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    1. Ha Ha Lisa...I cant make cute clay stuff too..I can manage flowers but thats about it!!

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  13. So adorable.You must be so proud of daughter for loving crafts and choosing working with her hands rather than the store bought toys.You get all the credit for that..She is so lucky to have a talented mother.She will learn early on that you don't always have to choose between a career and a passion.You can have both.Love her bunnies,Give her a big hug from my side.

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    1. Ha Ha even though she actually plays more with clay, paper ,scissors and glue she is a typical little girl and wants to buy lots and lots of dolls and my mum indulges her way too much!!

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  14. Wow you ar really an Artist.
    Beautiful clay art .
    Love the little bunny. The eyes from the doll girl have the seam beautiful color as you.
    Greatings from The Netherlands.

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    1. Thank you so much Elly...she used black beads for the eyes and yes I agree she has happy eyes most of the time!

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  15. Clay models are cute Prisha..i love the bunny and the doll too... :) Nice detailing on clay great work Prisha well done.. Dr Sonia buy some more clay colors so that we can see more clay models by Prisha in these holidays.. :D

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    1. Thank you so much Radhika...yes I have to get more colors I guess!

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  16. Oh these are just fantastic! She's so talented as her models are so expertly made. Her rabbit has a fab look on it's face which made me smile and the little girl has a lovely face and hair. Definitely should keep crafting until she's better than her mum which I bet won't be too long! Debra x

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    1. Ha Ha Debra she is better than me at drawing and making human faces!

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  17. Aw these are so adorable. She did a FABULOUS job creating these cuties. You have a very talented little crafter there.
    Have a creative day.
    Hugs Nana
    ♥ My Crafting Channel ♥
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    1. Thank you so much Nana...yes she is very good with clay

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  18. WOW! Such an amazing artist!! Great work!

    So happy Diana was sweet to send you skittles!
    Carri~Abusybee
    Skittles!

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    1. Thank you so much Carri and yes I love your skittles!

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  19. Such a sweet creation. Fantastic job by her.

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    1. Thank you so much !! She enjoyed reading all the sweet comments

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  20. very pretty Sonia, at first I thought its a fondant cake..haha

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    1. Ha Ha Yes Khadija..Especially the grass looks yummy!!

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  21. Prisha, you are a talented artist and a sweet girl. Your clay figures are adorable and so are you.
    Hugs,
    Teresa
    PEI, Canada

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    1. Thank you so much Teresa...your comment will make my little girl smile!!

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  22. Wow your daughter really tajes after her Mom, so creative. Its great that you give her the freedom to bring her creativity out.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  23. Fabulous clay models and beautifully presented, well done

    Sylv xx

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    1. Thank you so much Sylv...so sweet of you to drop in

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  24. AWE!! Now how cute is that!!! Your daughter likes to craft like mom!! So good to have something fun in common! :) I think the clay models are adorable and fun on the tile! Your daughter is adorable too! Thanks for sharing!! HUGS :)

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  25. those are just adorable, she did a fantastic job!!

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  26. Two little cuties, your daughter and her creation!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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    1. Ha Ha I agree Pam..2 cuties! Thank you so much for dropping in

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  27. aww... what a sweetheart you have and she has done a lovely joy creating with clay! The pink and white combination is very pretty especially on the green grass.

    I have perused you blog and enjoyed meeting you and seeing your delightful posts! Looking forward to stopping back!

    Kindly, Lorraine

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    1. Thank you so much for dropping in and penning such sweet words Lorraine

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  28. First: Your daughter is a beautiful young lady! Loved that you shared her picture beside her cute creation. I think it is wonderful that she's so creative with her hands and has such imagination to 'see' what she can do with the products available. This is so sculpted & the detail she has added to the figures is very in-depth. How clever to think to sit the bunny & doll onto the grass. Give her a big hug and tell her I admire her very much. That's great work for an 8 yr old (or any age for that matter!) I am sure you are justly very proud of her abilities & artistic talent. I hope she will continue! Hugs & Happy weekend to both of you.

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    1. Thank you so much Mary for your wonderfully sweet comment. My daughter loved it that you have given her a virtual hug!!

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  29. That's such a lovely project - wonderful details.

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  30. Hugs to the cute little artist . Prisha is an excellent artst just like mom , comming up with fantastic creations everytime !

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    1. Thank you so much ...I was not so creative at her age!

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  31. So, so cute--both the creations and your daughter! :^) She has talent just like her mommy! :^)
    Hugs, Penny

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  32. Not one but two beautiful models! What a talented little girl!
    Thanks so much for playing in the Think Pink challenge at The Crafting Cafe this month!
    Good Luck
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  33. I love the Bunnies, they are gorgeous. A very talented little Girl. thank you for sharing with us at The Crafting Cafe Challenge. Marlene DT.

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    1. Thank you so much Marlene...glad you liked her clay bunnies

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  34. Your daughter has the most gorgeous smile...love the bunny creation, so clever and cute.xx
    aNNie xx
    The Journey is the Start

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    1. Thank you so much Annie...ha ha she gives big smiles for blog photos otherwise doesnt like to smile for photos!!

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  35. How talented she is, and such a wonderful photo at the end! Wow! Darling pink theme creations and a wonderful landscape, too! hugs, de

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    1. Ha Ha Thank you so much Donna

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  36. Oh my word, these are so adorable! Amazing makes! You must be so proud of your talented, creative and pretty daughter Sonia! Take care, Ira x
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  37. Now what to say about it. Your daughter is so talented . Great combination of colors . Guessing She was having lot of fun while making it.

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  38. That bunny looks so cute! Your daughter is talented :).

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  39. Beautiful creation by Prisha...Loved it...

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  40. I think she is ready to have her own blog.

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  41. These are gorgeous. Thank you so much for sharing with us at The Crafting Cafe.
    Mags
    x

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  42. Gorgeous creation thanks for sharing!!!

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  43. Wow Prisha! Two fantastic clay models. I absolutely love bunnies, so think the bunny is the best! Love the girl to keep her company too, so thoughtful of you. Thank you so much for sharing at Inky Impressions!

    Hugs, Ang x

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  44. oh my.. Prisha sweetheart.. you are soo good at this :) Wonderful to see this fantastic models you've created. God bless you :)

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    1. Thank you so much Jaya...I agree she is very good at clay sculpting!!

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  45. While we are at it, Sonia.. need your suggestion on air drying clay.. want to make some ornament for the Christmas tree :) Thanks girl :)

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    1. Jaya the clay you see on this post is from Kores-- it is fabulous for kids to work with as it really doesn't dry or crack and my daughter is forever forgetting to close the lid on her clay coloirs!
      If you want to make clay craft try sculpt dry--air dry clay ;it dries nicely without cracking but colors are limited and you might have to paint the end project. Similar stuff is available in itsy bitsy.
      If you want light weight clay like to use in papercrafts and really light ones which wont tax your christmas tree go for amos or super clay-- these are super soft and super sticky-- not very easy for kids to work with but adults can manage! They are more expensive compared to regular playdough but available in toy shops and stationary shops like staples
      Also cheapest and best for xmas ornaments is making your own salt dough -- even your kids can join in. Only drawback is they need to be oven backed to last long!

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  46. love this creation, as always! if you like challenges...
    remember my "Throwback Thursday" challenge is under way...hopefully I can see you one day playing with us!
    hugs from california
    bibiana

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  47. Wow! She is talented! Only 8? If she keeps at this, she is going to be a master for sure. Precious girl!

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  48. PRISHA DEAR,
    HOW CREATIVE YOU ARE AT THIS YOUNG AGE. THE BUNNY AND THAT GIRL , BOTH ARE CUTE LIKE YOU. GOOD JOB. EXPECTING MORE FROM YOU.

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  49. Wow! Lovely work darling! You are just like your mom :)

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  50. Awww, how fun. Thanks for playing along at DoubleClick Skittles Challenge.

    ~DT Barbara

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  51. This is so unique and my goodness little one you are full of talents.... You amazed me with all the talented projects you have been doing. Great job, keep it up! Thank you for joining us over at DoubleClick Skittles Challenge~
    DT-Shirl

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  52. Super cute, thanks for joining us at the Sister Of Craft for October. Gill DT

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  53. How utterly adorable! Thank you for joining in with the challenge at The Crafting Café. Sammy-x

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  54. Great sculpting - what a burgeoning talent :)

    Thanks for joining us at The Crafting Cafe this 'think pink' month, and good luck!

    Neil

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