Sunday, July 29, 2012

"Blue Moon Daisy" freeform bracelet

Left over polymer clay beads from a previous jewelry set, are just enough to create this summer bracelet. The colors work so well together to make you feel "cool and refreshing" on a hot summer day. The focal beads are handmade by me using polymer clay and randomly sewn together with seed beads and Swarovski crystals and a "bead soup " stash. It also has a metal flower button clasp. Love it. Message me if interested in purchasing.
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Saturday, July 28, 2012

"Beachy Girl"

My newest coral, seafoam and beige freeform bracelet with magnetic closure. I absolutely love the look of mixing different metals, like copper & silver tones together.
This one is to remember my trip to the beach with the "beachy girls!" last week. Fun times!
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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Pretty in Pink

Polymer clay beads, checkerboard style, with stretchy cording and "brilliant bling" of Swarovski crystals. For some reason they remind me of bubblegum! Go figure. This bracelet goes so well with white or black summer dress!
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Monday, February 20, 2012

Love The Sea

I decided to update my blog once again! I love the ocean, sea, lake, whatever it is that has anything to do with water! but especially the ocean and sunshine! Living in Florida kinda does that to ya!

I am in the process of making some new items from my polymer clay that reflect the beauty of the sea! and nature and all that wonder stuff that makes your mind, body and soul come together as one.

Keep checking back to see what is in store for you next!
Hint: faces, shells, fairies

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Mokume Gane style

Inspired by Julie Picarello's art, I tried my hand at these cute little pendants yesterday. I really like the colors. They can also be used as a pin on a blouse if a pinback was added!
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Sunday, January 29, 2012

"Animal Print Shakers"

Love, love these newest clay buddy, Berit Hines gave these to me at our first meeting. Berit has been playing with clay for about two years, and her art is just awesome. Thank you so much Berit. I will treasure these!
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Sebring Clay Day

Picture #2 with the host (me) in this one. Left to right, Berit Hines, Sherry McKinney (me), Alice Stroppel, and Suzie Kingston. We had lunch, lots of gabbing about techniques, canes, different clays. I showed them the new Pardo clay! Come join us in March if you live close! We would love to meet you!
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Sebring gals get together for our first monthly clay day! From Left to Right; Berit Hines, Cheryl Semmelroth, Alice Stroppel, & Suzie Kingston. We are going to have so much fun and I hope we can grow to many more artists in the coming months. Please come and join our clay days. Next "clay day" is March 8 at 10 a.m. at my house. Leave comment if you are interested.
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