Monday, December 29, 2008

Polymeri Online 29.12.08

Last Polymeri for 2008 :)

Alexandra Garnik makes beads, pendants and necklaces of polymer clay, she enhance those pendants with seed beeds which makes them so beautiful.

Malt Suger has sweet tasted millefiori goodies - bag hangers, buckles - canes at their best

OrganicOdysseys / Zayit Galefull specializing in Judaic art and polymer clay art fashioned from organic produce, she explores all the wonders of the organic farm through her chosen medium, polymer clay.

Rolling beads? why don't you use shampoo bottles as a tool? a great low-budget recycled accessory!

and speaking of nalette's photostream, check her antiqued items using polymer clay, faux ivory etc..

last sweet - - Mary Tempesta, born and grew up in Sydney, Australia and living in Italy for the past 12 years Polymer clay is her passion…it hardly feels like work to her! (and she is so right!) she started working with polymer clay about 13 years ago, she makes animals, dolls and fairies and witches, music boxes, picture frames and jewelery.

Stay tuned for 1st January voting on polymer clay artists guild of etsy january challenge - black and white this time! LOTS of prizes for voters! i will be posting as a reminder :)

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for featuring me, Iris!
    Happy New Year to you and all of your readers...
    hey! ...that includes me!