It feels like spring and time for a bit of pastel sweetness. The carefully crafted polymer clay sculptures and jewelry of Florida’s Holly Jayne Cohen reflect a fresh, charming outlook that’s completely in tune with the season.

And as a youth herself, Holly Jayne has a bounty of blogs and sites and myspace pages on which she shares her works. She even has a fairy gallery. Want to see what young polymer clay artists are doing? Check out Holly Jayne and her friends.

Thanks to Denise Culberson for sending the link along.

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  • reply Denise ,

    Thanks for featuring the link I passed along. Holly’s work is so cute.

    • reply Marjorie ,

      she has so cute things 😀

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