Thursday, March 29, 2007

Polymeri Online 29.3.07


Maureen Carlson from Prior Lake, MN is doing polymer clay work for 30 years, she is the owner of the magical "Maureen Carlson's Center for Creative Arts", the Center is a place filled with little clay people and whimsical dolls, polymer clay drawer pulls and the joy of creative imagination.

She is a creator of sweet fairies, gnomes and trolls (and has a new book featuring them), as well as storyclay® tellings and her gallery is inspiring.
The journey to this magical kingdom was so enjoyable :)
www.maureencarlson.com


Shop:



Gallery:



Books:


Take a look at these lovely patternes by Andrea (Germany)- they are great for millefiori work -

Don't forget April's fool with miniature polymer clay food prank ;)

Saturday, March 24, 2007

My new Dora the explorer cane!


Hi All!
I just wanted to share with you my new Dora the explorer cane! it was quite big, made from about 18 packs of Fimo Soft, diameter was 13cm and height 5 cm :) BIG DORA!!
Here is the photo:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/irismishly/424200012/

Lot's of jewelry for my 4yrs old niece! she is crazy about Dora :)

Polymeri Online 24.3.07


Fantasy Polymer Clay handmade by Anne-Therese Borch -
some sweet Tea-light candles, Basset Hound signs and more.



Thursday, March 22, 2007

Polymeri Online 22.3.07


New Tutorial from beadworx - Tutorial Snakelace




Wes Warren make wonders with millefiori canes, his canes are soooo accurate, every details is perfect! amazing caning if you ask me.




Homa Page -

Friday, March 16, 2007

Some of My new Stuff :)


Passover is coming soon and we are getting ready for some holiday sales!
here is some of my "treasure":


Polymer clay shoe jewelry/embellishments for crocs or for any other flexible material (bags, sandals, buttonhole, etc) made out of some canes i bought from Ebay in my dear Karen Perry store - butterfly cane and a cool skull cane:


http://www.flickr.com/photos/irismishly/422317177/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/irismishly/422317185/in/photostream/

Another set of Shoe jewelry with another cane - Pucca, i got it from an Israeli friend Efrat Keren, who didn't like the cane result, instead of smashing it into scrap, i took it and made some nice embellishments for little girls!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/irismishly/422317172/in/photostream/


And some new Hamsa Home blessing Decor!
one of them is ebay now :)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/irismishly/422334375/

More on my Flickr!!

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Polymeri Online 15.3.07


Food and Delights!


Betsy Niederer Miniatures -

Betsy calls her creations Delicious Delights for Dolls but i can think of some more fun use for these cute items:




Flickr photos from BEEZY's photo stream,made of polymer clay, from Chatuchak Market, Bangkok



Mr.X 's Secret Zone -


and tutorials (in Japanese)



Bertha Wong with her Chinese Cuisine in Miniatures



And scroll a little to see these sweet Bonbons beads!http://marianes.canalblog.com/archives/2007/02/21/4085877.html

Monday, March 12, 2007

Polymeri Online 12.3.07


creathina Blog, a french blog with albums and some photo tutorials - some good ideas there!http://creathina.canalblog.com/

and one of the albums (don't forget to check the rest:



Lulianne Blog, another french blog with a great cane idea - making a butterfly out of what we call "Retro cane" -



and since Pass over (pessach) is near, please forgive me for not posting daily, i am so busy making these last fairs preperations :)

Thursday, March 8, 2007

Polymeri Online 8.3.07


Few Links on Creatures and Creations!

Oolong - Fergus Ray Murray Blog which feature sculpted animal photos and a tutorial for making a cat!





Dylan Edwards Site - Dylan says he has been making art for longer than he can remember, and has been fascinated with monsters!


his Magnets -


and don't miss anything in his site.


Flickr Gallery by alienpumpkin / Tim Edwards with colorful creatures -http://www.flickr.com/photos/82516008@N00/sets/72157594402099554/


Last one is SpiceGirl site - comics using polymer clay sculpturing -http://www.motodraconis.co.uk/space/ComPage60.html

Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Polymeri Online 7.3.07


I've just notices these 2 projects from Polka Dot Creations -

1st one us a School Spirit Cane by Lisa Clarke



and the 2nd one is a Christmas Spiders by Adria Filion



and another site with few projects is CraftyGoat: How to Make Polymer Clay Resolution Reminders & How to Make Bottle Cap Jewelry with Liquid Clay


Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Polymeri Online 6.3.07


Kitty Cat Black

Over the years she explored a variety of different artistic mediums including drawing, painting, printmaking, silversmithing, ceramics and sculpture. Afterher studies in Queensland College of Art, she started experimenting with polymer clay.

She creates unique custom work as well as other wonderful jewelry: chokers, Bracelets, Anklets and more!

Monday, March 5, 2007

Polymeri Online 5.3.07


Vandelso Designs - Vesta and Norma Giles
Their speciality is buttons, jewelry and home accessories - all handmade from Polymer Clay.

These mother and daughter started making buttons to friends and family and soon expended their business.

why Vandelso ? Vandelso is a tiny island off the west coast of Sweden where many of their ancestors came from.



Barbara Lang has been an artist her whole life working with fabric, paper and various objects to create flat as well as three dimensional pieces. her recent devotion is working with polymer clay. she combines it with found objects, imagery and especially like the faux stone techniques to create unique jewelry and art pieces.


Thursday, March 1, 2007

Polymeri Online 1.3.07


Barbara Reid does wonders with clay illustration. Her style, her perfectness - magic!

born in 1957 in Toronto, Ontario.
After winning a creative writing contest in grade six, she decided to become a writer when she grew up. But by the end of high school it was clear that although she enjoyed writing, she liked reading a lot more, and drawing best of all. At the Ontario College of Art and Design her focus was illustration, and it was for a class assignment that she first experimented with plasticine to make a dimensional picture. The project was a surprise success, and when she entered another plasticine picture in a calendar contest to her surprise she won the contest.



And another site, too bad the photos are not that clear but you can try one of those plastilina figures on wire:

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