Bad things come in three’s, right? Let’s just say yesterday did not go as planned, which made me need Etsy three times as much.

The plan:
· Take Darren to the doctor and get his cast off
· Pick up Taylor and celebrate being cast-less with ice cream
· Come home to a clean house because my cleaning lady was coming
The reality:
· Cast comes off but splint goes on because Darren’s arm isn’t heeled
· Pick up Taylor at school where Darren proceeds to throw up everywhere
· Arrive at home to find out my neighbor has backed into my cleaning lady’s car

So yeah, that’s my life. It’s times like these that I grab a glass (bottle) of wine and dive straight into Etsy (along with a box of Samoas) because I know they’ll will cheer me right up. Like these polymer clay sculptures from Dilly Pad—they make me smile.

They also make me email the hubby twelve times a day insisting that we must purchase them. If only I could convince him to stop directing my emails to his spam folder. Rude.

Into making (or learning how to make your own) polymer clay sculptors? You’re going to need these to get started:
Amazon.com; Sculpey III Polymer Clay Color Sampler, Multicolor; Etsystalkers.com

Sculpey III Polymer Clay Color Sampler

Amazon.com; Darice 11-Piece Clay Cleaning Tool Set; etsystalkers.com

Darice 11-Piece Clay Cleaning Tool Set

amazon.com, The Polymer Clay Techniques Book, etsystalkers.com

The Polymer Clay Techniques Book

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