Thursday, April 26, 2007

Polymeri Online 26.4.07


Projects Day! & some more...


Global Fantasy Dolls is an online directory to one of a kind dolls and artists from around globe. In globalfantasydolls you can find a gallery of artists and some lovely sculpturing tutorials of dolls & fairies


Tamila J. Darling site contains some great links for canes tutorials, sculprutings and more!
http://www.simplydarling.com/projects.htm

TwoCan Clay by Janet Pitcher and Kelly Steindorf, Janet and Kelly are 2 friends from San-Diego Callifornia, who lives one next to the other, they are the creators of jewelry and millefiori art:
http://www.twocanclaydesigns.com/

Christel Jensen share with us a tulip cane tutorial, a pin and some miniature sculpturings: http://home.online.no/~raje/Polymer/projects.htm

Lorie O Follett from Sculpture From The Heart truely make magical fairies and mermaids, they look so unique so i guess they come from her heart :) http://www.sculpturefromtheheart.com/(photo attached)

Last one is darleen bellan from http://www.kissmystampart.com/ working with PC for 25 years. She says she is inspired recently through the works of her dear friend, Christi Friesen and her influence can be seen in some of her work - wonderful!

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Some of my new canes in Ebay


Some of my new canes are in Ebay!
I also added one of my gorgeous red barrettes and a flowery pendant!

Enjoy :)

Monday, April 23, 2007

Polymeri Online 23.4.07


Tommorrow it's Israeli 59th Independece day , Here are some links to the Star of David Canes:

The Shield of David or Magen David in Hebrew, It is named after King David of ancient Israel; and its usage began in the Middle Ages, alongside the more ancient symbol of the menorah. With the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948 the Star of David on the Flag of Israel has also become a symbol of Israel.


Here is a PCC link to the Star of David Cane made by Lanin D. Thomasma http://www.polymerclaycentral.com/sod.html


And My Dear Friend Sharon Amir Flickr photo of her patriotic canes -

Sunday, April 22, 2007

My Arcoiris Site had a little "face lift"


And you are all welcome to take a look :)

Have a Great Weekend!

http://www.arcoiris.co.il

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Polymeri Online 19.4.07


Thursday is here and with him we have some Onlines...


An interesting projects i found in http://www.polymerclayweb.com/default.asp, one of them is the Crackled Inlay tutorial, all you need is some translucent clay, black clay and some acrylic paints -




Another project is Pirate Coins




Another nice photo demo is of Malachite in Polyclay by ALAN http://groups.msn.com/ALANpolymer/malachiteinpolyclay.msnw


An Elephant Tutorial by Patricia Lynn Studio




Sweet Funky Fish Cane by carolyns clay (Thank you sharon amir for this link) - http://carolynsclaycreations.com/Tutorials.html

And the last site, a gorgeous millefiori celebration, ZECCA's site by Karen Hennessey with brilliant ideas and accessories and a perfect color combination of canes! i just loved it :)

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Polymeri Online 15.4.07


Anne-Marie Hendry from Toronto, Ontario a former cartographer, technical illustrator, is now the creator of 3d art illustration: photos, tables decor, children art and more!
Thank you http://polymerclaynotes.com for this link :)



Helen Jacob - justbarrettes makes lovely polymer clay decorated Barrettes (and as a barrette lover i just love her designs!)



In le blog de mamezelle i found a unique japanese design millefiori cane
http://mamezellecat.canalblog.com/archives/2006/10/03/2821564.html


ETSY Polymer Clay Artist Guild site is full of great photos of the wonderful PC artists of Etsy - take a look!



And last is Sharon Macleod and her wonderful designs - such a clean style - looks great.

Thursday, April 5, 2007

Polymeri Online 5.4.07


Camille Young creates unique jewelry and accessories from a clay called LUMINA, Lumina Clay is flexible, waterproof, and becomes like plastic when dry. The clay only comes in transparent white and mixed with acrylic paints.She also mix lumina with sculpey and resin to improve her clay mix.






Carolyn Stearns from carolynsclaycreations.com is an artist in soul but recently is working with polymer clay and loves making millefiori canes, beads and more. take a look at her site, gallery and her tutorial for making a Swirly Lentil Bead.


Swirly Lentil Bead tutorial -



Another tutorial for making a button bracelet tutorial by Regina - Creative Kismet http://blog.creativekismet.com/2006/10/18/make-your-own-buttons-for-another-button-bracelet-tutorial/


and the photo gallery by NLeeF of boxes, sculpturing, hair jewelry, key-chains and more.

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