Last I looked at Susan Waddington, I focussed in on her dogs painted on polymer. This time as I whipped through her site, I caught a glimpse of her pendants and bracelets.

She's got a nice way of combining companion pieces in balanced and eye-pleasing ways. And her colors are soothing. Take a look.

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  • reply Melanie West ,

    Thanks for sharing Susan’s link! Her colors are great, but her sense of form and pattern is even better. Very inspirational!
    -Melanie

    • reply Jane Fortin ,

      Susan’s techniques and understanding of color, shape and balance are immediately noticable. I have purchased pendants from Susan to incorporate into my beading. The positive comments, oohs and ahhs just keep coming. Thank you Susan!

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