Another example of a simple polymer clay technique done right comes from California’s Maureen Thomas. The bicone swirl/lentil bead is so much fun to master that it’s often overdone.

Maureen’s beads remind me that when the colors are right, as in these "summer sherbet" colors, the technique is enlivened. They tickled my fancy on this first day of summer.

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  • reply Julie Picarello ,

    Maureen is a very skilled & talented artist, as her website clearly shows! Her wide range of styles and designs are impressive, and I look forward to seeing her work. Thanks for sharing her site!

    • reply Ruth Tarragano ,

      Thanks for sharing!
      The variaty in Maureen Thomas is so refreshing!


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