I was in Israel cruising through Iris Mishly's site which has a huge gallery of work of both Iris and her students. I love her embellished Crocs clogs (see at right).

Iris' site linked me to a stash of Donna Kato and friends work at Flickr.

It was nice to have a Tuesday off to just wander and surf the web. Summertime…and the livin' is easy.

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  • reply Barbara Forbes-Lyons ,

    I found out about charms for Crocs when I was home in Milwaukee for the B&B show. Iris’ are great and I’ve been thinking of trying to make some for myself!

    • reply Kim Cavender ,

      The croc flowers are a brilliant idea. I may have to buy a pair just to decorate them!
      Donna’s work is breathtaking as always. She has the magic eye for design and composition and color and constuction and finishing and …

      • reply naama zamir ,

        way to go iris

        • reply Iris Mishly ,

          Thank U all!!
          🙂
          Iris.

          • reply freed ,

            • reply Gail ,

              where do you get the ‘plugs’ and what are they really called? I note that Jackie Waik-Atiya credits Iris with the tutorial for these but I can’t find it.. Anyone know where it is?? Thanks Gail

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