First for the Second Time

Congrats to Lynne Ann Schwarzenberg for winning first place in the Bead Dreams contest/polymer clay division for the second year running! Can’t wait to see the list of other winners and entrants.

Barbara Young scoped out the Bead and Button show for us, combing through the acres of glass beads for the best of polymer clay. Barbara sent back these pictures of Heather Wynn’s new work. Just enough to whet your appetite on a Monday morning.

According to Bead and Button, the winners in the polymer clay category are 1st Place – Lynne Ann Schwarzenberg – Perfect Union: Floral and Faux; 2nd Place – Julie Picarello – Tulip Field; 3rd Place – Marlee Page – Ikebana hairstick and stand; 3rd Place tie – Janice Abarbanel – Fragments.

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  • reply Jo-Anne Lowe ,

    Congratulations to Lynn! The picture doesn’t do the faux wood justice. Great work!

    • reply Martha Aleo ,

      Awesome and well deserved!!! Congratulations Lynne!

      • reply Jenn ,

        The second place winner was Julie Picarello.
        Third place was a tie (and again, like at the PCC forum, I might butcher these spellings, so my apologies in advance) between Marlee Page and Janice Abardanel.

        • reply Debbie G ,

          Congratulations, Lynne. Not only an incredible artist, but an wonderfully sharing person too.

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