Thursday, August 28, 2008

Creativity Flattened!

Wow! I came across another very cool Etsy find.

This time it is from NothingLikeIt. Robin makes "one-of-a-kind creations" by hand out of flexible polymer clay. Her flattened coasters are her most popular items. She fashions the coasters to look like flattened people and animals. They are very entertaining. This one of the Computer Geek is my favorite. I love how he is holding a mouse in his hand. He just cracks me up!!
Thanks Robin for being so creative and making me laugh!!

12 comments:

Nothinglikeit said...

Thanks Katie! It's super nice of you to show off my computer geek coaster. These poor tech support guys get so much grief, I wish I knew even a fraction of what they know!
Come by my blog some time to see what other crazy antics my coasters get into!
Nothinglikeit

SecretMe said...

I've seen this shop before its brill, what great items, i loved the rudolf one

La Alicia said...

that gave me a good giggle too! what a fun product!

missknits said...

how fun! what a great find! thanks for sharing!

CurlyfrySC's Collage said...

That is so funny!
I don't think I've come across those before. I'll have to check them out.

moxylyn said...

Haha I love the bulging eye!

Erin, maker of chimes said...

that is awesome!

ThePeachTree said...

Haha!! Too much!!

Hey Harriet said...

That's super cute! Thanks for sharing it :)

Carrie said...

That's really clever! I had about 50 lbs of fimo... should have sent it to her to make something cool ;)

littlebrownpen said...

This is hysterical! Great find.

Simply Sentimental said...

I LOVE this shop, I've been wanting to showcase something from there on my blog..Might just have to get on the ball and do so...

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Hi! Welcome to the official blog for Start To Finish Supplies. My name is Katie. I am the face behind Start To Finish Supplies. I am a 20-something living in Raleigh, NC. I enjoy spending time crafting. When I am not crafting I am reading, kayaking or at the beach. I started out making jewelry in March, 2007 under the business name Katie Carolina Designs. I launched Start To Finish Supplies a year later in March 2008. Start To Finish Supplies has been a blast. I take pride in offering supplies to fellow crafters at reasonable prices. Why pay more money to buy from a large corporation? With Start To Finish Supplies I am always around to answer questions and to provide excellent customer service. I strive to make every transaction perfect!