In today’s video I am going to show you some Little Funky Tools from Little Funky Flames on Etsy.
A little while ago, we did a video on the Miniature Enchanted Rose. In that video I explained how to use a drinking straw to cut out tiny circles out of polymer clay, to make the miniature rose.
Well a long time viewer by the name of Plamena Ivanova, from Bulgaria, saw this video and contacted us. She said that she has been watching our videos for years and wanted to send me a set of tiny little cutters as a gift. She promised they would make cutting very small circles a whole lot easier for me. What a sweet gesture!
When the package arrived, it was decorated with her lovely script handwriting, and the tools were packaged in a handy (and cute) little box with a magnetized lid. There were 32 cutters in circles, ovals and teardrop shapes, ranging in size from 1mm to 10mm. Also included was a bamboo stick that can be used as a handle to hold onto the smaller cutters if needed.
The bamboo handle came longer than the box, so I trimmed it to fit snuggly inside the lid, which you will see in the video.
I played around with these tiny cutters and was inspired to make a miniature poisonous mushroom, some tiny leaf bead earrings and some neat little ‘Mermaid Tail’ shaped earrings from a sparkly Teardrop Blend. You will see samples and learn how I made them in the video as well.
Today I am sharing some love back to Plamena, by sharing this video with everyone. If you’re ever in need of cutting teeny tiny holes, or cutting out teeny tiny shapes, then you will want to check out Plamena’s Etsy Shop – Little Funky Flames. This world could use a few more kind and generous people like her!
And here is a little product tour that Plamena Ivanova created for you…
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