Since April, the Northwest Polymer Clay Guild is meeting on Zoom twice a week. I had a space downstairs set up while I’m getting my clay studio ready. Here’s a few dining table creations…
Scraping, sanding, spackling, sanding, priming, sanding, painting, cleaning… finally finished! Hung new curtains, moved in a few things but like all new studio configuration, it’s subject to change to what works best.
Trying out Cernit translucents as candleholders.
These tiny birds are beads for a swap with fellow clayers- the theme of the swap is simply ‘bead pairs’… sometimes being so open-ended can be more challenging to pick something to make.
My latest projects include trying out some new cane ideas from Rian Schreuder-Sanderse’s Facebook page called ’52 weekly cane projects’. A few weeks ago, I created a cane from this tutorial: http://polymerclayfimo.livejournal.com/4078420.html written by ‘Kalinkapolinka’. I don’t read Russian so […]
Clay Camp 2015 will be here in less than one week and all my clay friends are excited! For five days, we eat, breathe, and dream about the clay projects we are working on in a beautiful mountain setting […]
I created these two spring brooch pins for some friends of mine- I was inspired by some ‘vintage’ Japanese and Scandinavian textile prints and adapted the designs for polymer clay.
I made a small cane of an owl and one of wood- and made a brooch for autumn.I also finally pulled out a peacock cane I started a while back, it’s about seven inches tall. I packed it with a […]
A few simple bullseye canes in colors inspired by the Mexican coast. I sliced and stretched each disc until they had the organic feel I wanted. A ‘whimsical bead’ bracelet strung on memory wire. My challenge was to create no two beads exactly […]
The Elder Futhark alphabet was used by Anglo-Saxon, Germanic and Norse peoples over three thousand years ago. The symbol-letters were carved onto weapons to give them strength, onto buildings and boats for protection, onto gravestones to ease the departed on their way […]