Thursday, June 24, 2010

Angel Sprites

I have been working on some angel sculptures for my etsy shop. Here is an example of a finished piece. I like to work in a folk art style and that is what is reflected in each of my 'angel sprite' designs

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Polymer Clay Spirit Dolls

I have recently added a new line to my polymer clay designs...spirit dolls. These little dolls are so fun to make and the sky is the limit. I use a bit of my mixed media artistic insights to embellish each one after I have stamped and baked it. Each Spirit Doll symbolizes an inspirational message she was created to deliver:)

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Polymer Clay Snowman Pin

New holiday pin designs.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Hibiscus Pendant

This was a fun and easy pendant design I finished up this week. I found a gorgeous hibiscus rubber stamp (it was even on sale) and I had to have it. I used premo sculpey and loved it. This is definitely my clay of choice now:)

Monday, June 7, 2010

Polymer Clay Kokeshi Doll Pin

I formed this pin with Sculpey III polymer clay. After I baked it I painted the details and added a cute little faceted heart.

Friday, June 4, 2010

New Pendants and Earrings

I have been busy stamping up my clay pendants with some of me newest rubber stamp images. The more I read and search about polymer clay on the web the more great ideas I come across for creating unique jewelry. I must say that I have fallen away from traditional beading material now and become immersed in the world of mixed media jewelry design. The possibilities are endless. I have discovered that Sculpley III does not my first choice of clay for making my earrings and pendants. After reading an article by Cindy Lietz (beadsandbeading) on the hardiness and strength of different brands of clay I have a better idea of which ones to use for my jewelry design projects. These are a couple of my newest mixed media designs.
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