Craftside: "M" is for Sculpting Mythical Creatures out of Polymer Clay, the new book from Dinko and Boris Tilov
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April 02, 2009


julie m

These critters are so cute. The best part of spring for me is al the emerging flowers. I want to take lots of pictures this spring and make a altered book using the photos.

Boris Tilov

Thanks for posting such a kind article for our book. I'd just like to say that changed a bit so the Easter bunnies pictures are currently available to view at my facebook photoalbums:

stefanie Girard

you are very welcome Boris. I have updated the post with the proper links!
Great work

leslie Davenport

those mythical creatures made me smile! thank you for showing them. the "regular" bookstores need to have more wonderful selections such as this. thanks again! leslie davenport


Oh, my GAWD, those are the cutest things I've ever seen. I have a niece that is very into the polymer clay action (I have no such talent), AND mythical creatures (particularly dragons), so I think this calls for a "just because" giftie!

Lynda Taylor

That is the best book. I love, love those little creatures. I have a sister right into mythical creatures and this would be ideal for her.
I am not heading to Spring but I have just made my friends (we walk and have coffee 3x a week)a coffee cup wash cloth and gave it to them for Easter at our monthly craft evening.


Too cute! For spring I just finished a collaborative swap of Spring themed pages, and am still thinking about working on some decorations for the house for the weekend (a day off on Friday means crafty joy for me!)

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