Wednesday, September 30, 2009


The butterfly and flower canes by Seana Bettencourt are intricate and rich in detail. Find them at

Tuesday, September 29, 2009


Wedding cake toppers, baby figurines, name letters – all of these and other personalized items skilfully sculpted out of polymer clay by a UK artist are available through her Etsy shop,

Monday, September 28, 2009


Tamora of describes herself as an artist with "Craft ADD", because she loves all types of mediums in art and all types of crafts.

Whatever the explanation, I love her shop full of beautiful pieces in various styles, especially those with horses.

Sunday, September 27, 2009


These necklaces by Ayelet Rottenberg (New Zealand) are bold yet feminine, innovative yet traditional, monochromatic yet bright, but first of all they are simply gorgeous.

There are only a few designs in Ayelet's Etsy shop right now, so head to her photo album for 25 pages full of her beautiful pictures.

Saturday, September 26, 2009


I am re-writing this post after receiving an e-mail from Alison, the UK jewelry artist, originally featured here.

Alison wrote to let me know that the swirly beads and pendants that she used to make the necklaces below were actually made by Melissa Parrett, who was featured in my blog earlier this year.

You can see these and other beautiful jewelry by Alison in her shop,

Friday, September 25, 2009


Here are a few simple, but impressive designs by Jen Marsh ( All of these pendants and earrings are made with yet another polymer clay variation of an antique mokume gane technique. It seems that the possibilities of even this technique alone are endless, not to mention all the other ways of working with polymer clay!

Thursday, September 24, 2009


Lynda of uses polymer clay pendants as tiny canvas for her acrylic pendants. The resulting pendants are as original as they are lovely. From my own experience, I can add that painting on such a small scale is a very special skill, way more difficult than it looks.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009


Berit Hines of makes many different polymer clay canes, but these recently listed butterfly wings are my favorite.

Berit, a degreed ceramic artist, is originally from the Netherlands. Now she lives in the USA and works with polymer clay.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

DOUBLE is the result of collaboration between two artists, Amber Edison and Laurence Abensour. Here are a few of my favorite designs from their shop: an original twist on a traditional swirly design.

Monday, September 21, 2009


Gentle colors and romantic designs form the signature look of jewelry by Karen Pasieka, a Canadian polymer clay artist with an architectural background.

You can find Karen's works in her Etsy shop,, and on her web site,

Sunday, September 20, 2009


These cute little penguins are my favorites from Esther, the artist who makes them, was introduced to polymer clay two years ago, and was hooked ever since.

Find out more about Esther and her works through her blog and photo album.

Saturday, September 19, 2009


Today I have a neat group of dragons to show you. They all are made by Crifmer, “a computer operator and amateur game designer who has a newfound love for making beads and jewelry”. I love how each of his dragons has its own appearance and personality, and hope to see more of them soon. These three can be found at

Friday, September 18, 2009


When you visit Nuria Chicken's shop,, it looks like there is a fairy for every imaginable occasion, and yet the new ones keep coming. If that is not enough, visit Nuria's web site,

Thursday, September 17, 2009


Elinor Yamin makes not only beautiful polymer clay jewelry, but also these funny and cute bathroom signs. They would make great gifts, don't you think?

You can find more works by Elinor in her photo album.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009


These large polymer clay pendants from are actually considered as a scale down by the artist who creates them, since her background is in large scale sculpture.

However you refer to their size, I think these pendants are very beautiful and original.

polymer clay pendants
polymer clay pendants
polymer clay pendants

Monday, September 14, 2009


I found these adorable dog kitchen magnets at They are made by Brooke, a person with a big heart, who rescues dogs and donates her art to auctions supporting no-kill shelters and rescue organizations.

polymer clay, dog magnets
polymer clay, dog magnets
polymer clay, dog magnets


These beautiful pendants and earrings in fall colors are by Nata Nei, an Israeli artist. To me, they look as if they were made out of highly-polished agates or some similar stones. Great colors and great designs!

Nata, as many other artists, values polymer clay for its versatility. She says:”Polymer clays seem to offer unlimited potential to a creative person. It is very thrilling to discover its magic every day.”

You may find more pictures of Nata's works in her Etsy shop and in her photo album.

polymer clay ring
polymer clay pendant
polymer clay ring
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