These onions had interesting and amusing "hair styles" - their leaves were growing and growing so I didn't dare to cut them for cooking or frying, instead I kept them, took a photo and checked out once and a while how long this would grow. But - of course - whenever you leave fresh food uneaten for a longer while they get worse and spoil. So some of them never got eaten.
So I watched RRCherrypie's Hello Kitty bento box tutorial on YT and I LOVED it. Unfortunately as much as I would like to make a real bento box, finding a local japanese market for the right ingredients is so difficult for me atm. *sadness!* Then I thought of the next best thing: polymer clay! On the left is the real bento and on the right is my rendition.
This was my first bento. It was a couple weeks ago. I will be making another tomorrow. I have grade exams and tech week. I'm happy. During this time I feel useful. now I'm babbling.. I have said what I needed to say so I will stop now..
::EDITED:: alright so some are curious about the bento and I forgot to say what was in it. (left to right) Turkey/tortilla/cream cheese rolls, Star fruit, cheese, blue berries, a peanut butter banana sandwich, and kiwi. the sandwich was pressed into the weird shape with some Tupperware item my mom owns.
Anyways, this is basically the same as the Pinkie Pie birthday gift set that I posted earlier [link] Except this one was made for myself with my favorite pony! Doctor pony FOR THE WIN! Anyways, I hand sculpted the Doctor Whooves cuddling his little TARDIS out of sculpey III, folded seventy-six paper stars, and put it all in the box I assembled. The Doctor Whooves star paper is by me, and can be found here [link] and here [link] There are also a few stars made of this TARDIS star paper [link] A paper star tutorial is here [link] if you want to try folding some for yourself. And the pattern for the box can be found here [link]