I was recently asked to make a few items that I don't usually dabble in, more due to my fear of the colours more than anything.
I'm so happy to say that after much practice, I possibly might have quelled those fears :)
Misplaced my dime again, so a dusty, dirty finger will have to do for scale. Red and green chillies are approx 1cm in length, ~2mm at widest.
Camera battery died on me before I could take pics of the rest of what I've done today. This weekend is gonna be a fun one, Eva will be visiting Sans, and I'm gonna tag along hee hee! I've made a little something for her as a surprise, I guess it's a good thing the battery died or it wouldn't be a surprise anymore? XD I'm not good at keeping surprises!!!
Your little peppers are beautiful.ReplyDelete
Have fun with the girls, I shall think of you. Minihugs Rosanna
These are amazing!!! Wonderfully done!ReplyDelete
Come on Cindy! When will you cease to amaze me?! Incredible! Say hi to your little elves for me.:)ReplyDelete
Spot on!!! Beautiful peppers, want to cut up the yellow bell and stir fry right now :) Have a fun weekend!ReplyDelete
Chiles y pimientos! deliciosos y perfectos.ReplyDelete
^ ^ thank you thank you....i always donno how to respond well to compliments.....*blush* thank you thank you ! :D :D :DReplyDelete
*walks to post office with a smile on her face!*
Wow! Peppers spot on babe! Chillis (the red ones that you show) can afford to be dirtier if meant for tribal house ;) but otherwise, very padi padi (which is usually quite red)! The green ones look very realistically aged.ReplyDelete
Will email you about tomorrow :).
\o//// they looks amazing <3 hahaha,I'm kind of scared to mess around with too much colour too :PP looking at the chillis makes me sad about my extremely low spice tolerance.I think I will faint if I ingest one of those XDDReplyDelete
Have fun on your outing :DD
Your peppers are wonderful! :)ReplyDelete
Your peppers are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
and what you don't like them? tss, the red ones are the bes,t they're a tat sweet and are great in burritos with chicken (yeah I do them with chicken not beef), also great with noodles and zucchini.