Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Polymeri Online 30.1.07


~BD Designs~
Millefiori on jewlery and more

peepeyes: kathryn semolic
Polymeric caricatures -

turtlesetc and turtles - sweet!

Monday, January 29, 2007

Polymeri Online 29.1.07

ETSY artists -

You can never have too many scooters!


Did you ever though about detail sander (ex-toothbrush)?take a look -

Sunday, January 28, 2007

Polymeri Online 28.1.07

This week is all about ETSY artists -

Polymer Clay Art by Rebecca Tenace

kackleboan 50's ladies Trollops

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Polymeri Online 25.1.07

Karen Lorraine was born and raised in Surrey, England. she has done many different things for a living, from being an environmental chemist to an aerobics instructor, but her passion, her bliss, has always been art. all its many forms.
her current obsession is faces. she draws them on beads as well as on wall hangings.

how does she do it?

The beads that have faces or fairies on them are done by hand drawing directly onto a polymer bead. Layers of translucent clay and sometimes polyurethane are then applied to seal and protect the drawing. No two are ever alike.
her beads have become all about the sketch or drawing, as she consider the bead a tiny canvas for my art.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Polymeri Online 24.1.07

You must know beadyeyedbrat site - Kim McCaffrey Kennedy filled her site with great tutorials, galleries, info and endless links.

cindysartandsoul - Cindy`s Art & Soul frog cane

Monday, January 22, 2007

Polymeri Online 22.1.07

Andrea Beeler is working with polymer clay for 6 years, her grandmother inroduced that material to her, her family is a huge support! When her mom calls and ask what I'm doing, she just say "Clayin-Around".

and somthing sweet - Sue Heaser tutorial for making ornamental trees

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Polymeri Online 21.1.07

Syndee Holt, is an independent designer for Polyform Products (the Sculpey people), creating exclusive designs for kits, web projects, brochures, etc.
she is a founding member and former President of the infamous San Diego Polymer Clay Guild, write regularly for many of the national and international arts/crafts magazines, including Arts and Crafts, CRAFTS, Michaels, Jewelry Crafts, Pac of Fun, Looney Tunes Kids and Better Homes and Gardens.

what's in her site?

bracelets gallery -

tips for new colors


tips for making her bracelets


tips about photoshop and taking photos.

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Polymeri Online 18.1.07

More Blogs -

Polymer & Prints - Sara Pearsall


and new at Tatana site - Make your own texture plates

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Polymeri Online 17.1.07

Elvenwork, the art of Katherine Dewey
Katherine Dewey has been creating for more than 25 years. Her medium is polymer clay, with which she brings to life fanciful, exquisitely detailed sculptures of elves, fairies, and gnomes of every description. Her six to eight-inch figures are so finely detailed they maintain their qualities even when viewed through jeweler's lenses.

and one of her lessons:

another wonderful artist joined flickr - Wanda Shum

what a pleasure!

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Polymeri Online 16.1.07

Nini Site - Japanese ART

Go Ginny - jewlery and cuffs from millefiori

Inspiration from 2005 Bead Arts Awards Winners

Monday, January 15, 2007

Polymeri Online 15.1.07

first, welcome Kim Cavender to flickr, every piece is great, waiting for more :)

3 links to clay quilt technique -

gingham cane

Diana Crick - Polymer Clay Quilt School -

Judith Skinner - Quilts

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Polymeri Online 14.1.07

Discussions from the Claypen by PCC site this week was all about Canes :)

just take a look at the wonderful canes seen there - a cane party!

many other albums as well.

Friday, January 12, 2007

Thursday, January 11, 2007

Polymeri Online 11.1.07

Enchanted Visions ClayArt by Lisa Taylor designes floral pendants

And the poly parrot Site - a good source for good information:

Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Polymeri Online 9.1.07

Twisteez® Sculpture Wire Rabinowitz play and dresses wire with polymer clay figures - nice colorful art!

Thursday, January 4, 2007

Polymeri Online 4.1.07

Ann Dillon
Design, color, and texture have always been major components of her life in one form or another. she grew up in my parents' freelance home furnishings design studio, majored in Fine Arts at UNH. she always had to create something. For a long time, that took the form of weaving - mostly one-of-a-kind wearables. Since 1993, she has been working with polymer clay, making mainly beads and jewelry.

And another site - japanese animation with clay

Wednesday, January 3, 2007

Polymeri Online 3.1.07

Linda Peterson has a touching story:

..."The original Mariah doll was designed after the birth of my 2nd child, Mariah. As an infant, she was diagnosed with a rare, malignant brain tumor and spent countless hours in the hospital undergoing surgeries and therapy.
In an effort to keep my sanity and to escape life's harsh reality for a time, I pursued crafts as a creative outlet for my frustration. Little did I know where this path would take me...from stay at home mom of two professional designer, a job that I, at one time, only dreamed of.
I began exploring polymer clay and made a doll as a gift for my mother. I couldn't stop at just one...I had to create another...and another. My whimsical characters became popular in the hospital and I soon created a full time business by creating characters and traveling to arts & craft shows. A perfect job for a me, since having my children near me was very important. "...

Carol Duval and Linda

Her Gallery

HGTV - her project

Tuesday, January 2, 2007

Polymeri Online 2.1.07

Merely Knew - Mary Walsh is a jewlery designer and more, she wakes up every morning after dreaming about it. she puts new combinations together in her head, and take in every aspect of color in her surroundings.
her true love is color.
and i love her door knobs - so beautiful!

Speaking of color, check our Maggie Maggio new site - more to come:

Monday, January 1, 2007

Polymeri Online 1.1.07


Pen Swap No. 1

Pen Swap No. 2

Covered Pencils

Humpti Dumpti Pen

Carrot Pen

Snow man Pen

Pen Tips

Sculpey Pens

Pen Book

Pen Gallery

Animals with Pen

Silly Milly Pen

Another gallery

Tree Pen

Animal Pen

BIC pen tutorial