Spring Rose Windows Necklace
by Silvia Ortiz de la Torre
I've been a huge admirer of polymer clay since it made its truly big splash in the art world, and came dangerously close to being referred to only by a particular brand name. Back then, everyone just called it Fimo. Everyone wanted Fimo incense burners and macrame jewelry with Fimo beads.
Today, there are many polymer clay brands that stand out, each with their own qualities that make them suitable for different artists' needs. And there are so many amazing artists out there putting them to the best use. These are just a few examples of the types of polymer clay designs that take my breath away, and make me wish - only briefly - that I hadn't sworn off all plastics that aren't thread.
Timeless Opulence by Sabine Spiesser
Rainbow Cat Face Cabochon by graphixoutpost
Polymer Clay Necklace by Silastones
Curley Knot Necklace by Kathleen Dustin
Cyan and Yellow Rose Beads by Rolyz Creations
Little Dove Necklace by Piper Pixie Designs
Tropical Flower Beads by tooaquarius
Mehndi Elephant Necklace by Moonsafari Beads
Out of the Blue Necklace by Design Theory
Dreaming Necklace by Dandelion Jewellery
Butterfly Beads by SevenWestDesigns
Otherworldy Necklace by Silvia Ortiz de la Torre
It would seem I'm particularly fond of millefiori - especially abstract designs - and polymer clay applique. Do you have a favorite style or technique for polymer clay designs?
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