Monday, September 17, 2012

Polymeri Online 17.9.12 | Dried flowers polymer pendants, Spiral up technique, Smurfs and other friends, Found objects polymer and The 1st Fimo Symposium

Kristie Foss dried flowers in polymer
Kristie Foss (which I am about to meet again on CFCF) created new pendants made of tiny dried flowers embedded in resin on a base of polymer Ikat canes. Such a wonderful mix materials piece!
Kristie, previously introduced in PolymeriOnline is engaged in bead weaving, PMC, polymer and porcelain.

Polymer clay "Spiral Up"

Izabela Nowak posted her new colorful creations on flickr, the "Spiral up" technique - bracelet, necklace and "acorn" shaped beads . These shapes are so fun to look at and SO accurate, she is doing a wonderful job (as usual!) :)
Izabela is a polish girl living in Austria and her polymer clay creations are always sending a fresh breeze of uniqueness.

ClayUs - polymer clay tutorials and projects
A cute tutorial website, in chinese, features children (and adults!) projects such as smurfs sculpturing, snow-white princess, winnie the pooh, angry birds and many more! When using Google chrome browser you can automatically translate their website.

Polymer jewelry by Chris Kapono
Chris Kapono has been painting and drawing for most of her life. She paints in watercolor, ink and acrylics and first began selling her ACEO on eBay. These days she is focusing on polymer clay pieces made of found objects - ornaments, vases, trinket boxes, polymer figurines and decorated journals.

The 1st Fimo Symposium
STAEDTLER's headquarters
My polymer clay tutorial
Brocade Collection purses
We are celebrating "Rosh Hashana" today, the Jewish new year; Family gatherings and lot's of good food :)

May this bright new year is given to us to live each day with zest, to daily grow and try to be our highest and best.

I am making my final preparations for my 2nd trip to Germany, this time to visit and teach my Brocade Collection purses in STAEDTLER's headquarters.

Have a great year my friends!


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