Vacation on a String

A whole contingent of polymer clay artists have been experimenting with liquid polymer. Marcella Brooks has her mysterious process that we covered on Monday. Today we’ve got Carly Seibel who creates faux glass beads using the liquid stuff. Where have I been?

While I was looking at Carly’s site, I ran across this necklace that looks like a vacation on a string to me….a perfect July image. Her site shows a nice mixture of techniques and tutorials and her combinations of seed beads with polymer clay is very effective.

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  • reply sari0009 ,

    Carly Seibel’s geocities pages unfortunately say they are now unavailable. Hopefully that is just momentary. Her work does look intriguing.

    • reply Judy Dunn ,

      The downside of the popularity of PCD….overloading a website. 🙂 I guess we will all have to be patient to see more details…..

      • reply Harriet Russell ,

        But it’s now 12:48 a.m. EST, July 19th, and the site is still closed. I think there must be something wrong…Harriet

        • reply Harriet Russell ,

          oops, maybe not – my message of a minute ago posted as July 18th at 11:54 pm. … Harriet

          • reply jill ,

            unfortunately the site is still unavailable

            • reply Barbara Forbes-Lyons ,

              “Sorry, this GeoCities site is currently unavailable.

              The GeoCities web site you were trying to view has temporarily exceeded its data transfer limit. Please try again later. “

              • reply Jenn ,

                Geocities is notorious for shutting down sites when the bandwidth has been exceeded – go figure, they want to get *paid*.
                Have patience, all – it will come back up, eventually. And I’ll be in line to see when it does.

                • reply Christie Wright ,

                  Well I got to see it! 🙂 Very lovely work she does there. Nice clear tutorials as well. Thank you for sharing the link.

                  • reply Barbara Forbes-Lyons ,

                    It appears that Carly Seibel’s site hasn’t been updated since August 2004. Nothing newer on Google either. I wonder if she’s still around?

                    • reply Lynda ,

                      it is not a concern if the site is not up to date.
                      it was a pleasure of visiting it !!
                      merci for this bond !

                      • reply sari0009 ,

                        I checked a number of times until I did get to see the work. Love the playfulness, combinations, themes (sea motifs are some of my favs), colors, and textures.

                        🙂

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