Swappers are gushing over the works they’re receiving in the mail. I find that I’m a better viewer than participant. For those of us who prefer to watch, there are sites like Dorothy Greynolds’ and the two links from yesterday to satisfy our curiousity.

Michigan’s Dorothy shows a sampling of luscious polymer clay work she’s contributed to swaps over the last few years including the "pretzel beads" shown here. Dorothy’s graphic style translates well into a delightful mask formed over the back of a teaspoon. Take a look at her creations. Have a lovely weekend.

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