Saturday, December 29, 2012

Polymeri Online 29.12.12 | Polymer clay mailbox, Academic millefiori project, Fun fridge magnets, Marcame in Sweden and Kemper cutter stamping

Polymer clay mailbox!
Carol Lessans created a beautiful outdoor mailbox covered in full by polymer clay tiles. What a project! I couldn't find any website of hers, but you can enjoy some of her creations on Facebook.

Karen's framed boxes
Karen's Christmas card background
Karen Woodhall is a student from Australia, completing an advanced diploma of visual arts, she became hooked on polymer clay about 6 months ago and decided to use it in her final body of work. She contacted me by email asking for an advice on a specific display she was thinking about and from there I learned about her project. Finally, she made a set of five clay sheets which were displayed in box frames and also used her recent project as a Christmas cards background. I am so happy for her to found polymer to enjoy and use as her final project. I am sure polymer artists will only benefit from such an academic exposure.
Karen does not have a website yet, I wish her the best of luck!

Polymer clay fish photo magnet
Vicky Wolf 's etsy store is full of polymer clay and crochet goodies, I loved her fish picture frame magnet! She enjoys polymer clay, crocheting, knitting, oil painting, ceramics, macrame, plaster crafts, dried flower arranging and probably needs more than 24 hours a day for all of these!
don't miss her reindeer magnet too!

Macrame how-to project
Being one of Kathy weaver's pinterest followers, I noticed a macrame knotting project she posted. Although in Sweedish, you can understand the steps by looking at the photos. Thank you Kathy!

Polymer clay heart sheet
This is oldie I don't remember seeing before! Use your kempers heart cutters along with acrylic paint to print a heart sheet! Simple and easy project by Debbie Martin -

Hope you are having a great time in your holidays vacation!