Jody Bishel shows a wide range of polymer works (from bugs to bubble wands) on her photo site. These faux metal "polymer amulets" are intriguing. She’ll be teaching her methods at Brookfield Craft Center in Connecticut next week.

Thanks to Libby Mills for the tip. Oh, and Libby gives viewers a peek into her studio on her site. I’m a voyeur of studios and hers is fun.

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  • reply Carolyn Allen ,

    Here’s a link that you might want to share:

    Kim is a member of the Metro Detroit Polymer Clay Art Guild and is truly talented and prolifice.


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