Monthly Archives: July, 2020

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Great news for my international friends! The 22 silkscreens for polymer clay in my Etsy shop are now Free Shipping everywhere! https://etsy.me/2y4MSE0 @nee.nee.ree #polymerclaysilkscreens #freeshipping #freeinternationalshipping via IFTTT

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Another #cuffbracelet – this one made from a leftover piece of tribal cane from the cane shown in the 3rd pic. #artisanjewelry #rawbrass via IFTTT

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For one week only, starting today, Wednesday, 7/29/20, the tutorial for my Tribal cane is on sale for 1/2 price! Don’t miss out on this great deal. The cane can be made any number of ways – bigger or smaller, less rows, more rows, or just a single row at a time. Available in my […]

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Results from playing around with pieces of old canes! #kaleidoscopecane #polymerclayveneer via IFTTT

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Here’s a cuff bracelet made from the previous cane. I put white clay behind very thin slices of the cane which kept the translucent petals bright. Otherwise they would have looked quite a bit darker. I’m experimenting with raw brass bracelet blanks from several different sellers – looking for the best ones. 🙂 #artisanjewelry #cernittranslucent […]

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2 inspirations came together to design this cane today. I saw a cool Zentangle drawing by @adrenalinzen that I thought would make a great cane AND I got my monthly tutorial from @polymerclayworkshop that used Cernit translucents in the patterns with an optical illusion “gold” outline. So I combined the 2 and this was the […]

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Geodes. I’m not sure what I’m going to do with these, but they were fun to make on the Curio! #geodes #polymerclaygeodes #swipeleft⬅️ via IFTTT

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I managed to reduce most of the Cole out of this, but the resulting pattern is still pretty awesome! #polymerclayveneer #wip via IFTTT

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Today was one of those days when I just sat back and let the clay lead me. I was working on a new Tribal Cane, but didn’t like the way the rows of the cane were coordinating with each other. So I separated them into separate smaller canes with better color combos. Then I thought, […]