Ugly Betty’s trademark "B" necklace is a polymer clay replica of Anne Boleyn’s and it’s from Massachusetts’ Jennifer Parrish, according to the April issue (UK edition) of InStyle magazine. "I think that painting was completed just before they cut off her head," Jennifer says.

Television characters from “Ugly Betty” to “According to Jim” have worn her necklaces onscreen, and in the upcoming movie “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,” you’ll see one of her stained-glass pendants on—well, Parrish doesn’t know who yet. “Hopefully it will make it into the final edit,” she says.

Watch the inspirational CVC-TV piece about how Vancouver’s June Hunter quit her day job to develop her art which includes photo transfers to polymer clay jewelry. June’s tiles were used to decorate the set in one episode of the popular TV show "Men In Trees."

Happy birthday to my college roommate, best friend, and relentless editor, Jan!

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  • reply Jeannie Havel ,

    Aren’t there some other polyclay artists whose creations are worn in movies and TV? I’m thinking the Mitchell sisters at least. Might be a fun category to use for a PCD theme week.

    • reply Sherry Bailey ,

      I’ll bet that the character wearing the necklace in the Potter movie will be either Bellatrix Lestrange or Narcissa Malfoy. Suits their gothic characters!!

      Sherry Bailey

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