Wanda Shum’s quirky polymer clay teapots are migrating across Canada in the country’s "By Hand" shows (and she’ll be moving from Winnipeg to Victoria this year). Wanda says of this teapot, "This piece also has a mixture of texture sheet mokume gane techniques, carved and inlaid work. It took around six bakings to complete it and wet sanded to a satinlike finish."

Her Flickr site has great pictures of other works including beautifully patterned bugs and dragonflies. On Wanda’s blog she shares the trials and tribulations of her works in progress. A colorful start for your week.

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  • reply Wanda ,

    Thanks for the kudos, Cynthia!

    Just back from the gift show…..now down to work for me! BTW>sold the froggy pot shown and the gypsy ladies one in my flickr site there too!

    • reply Stephanie Butker ,

      Awesome teapots!

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