Carrotbox first showed these polymer clay rings by Mary and Lou Ann which are sunnier than other recent works from this duo. That led me to StyleHive…and trouble. Don’t go there unless you’re a serious voyeur. It’s designer heaven.

I’m a bit daunted by the "communities" and "hive it" jive but I’ll go back and catch on when I need a shot of shopping. This one deserves some quality time. The Etsy folks were there way ahead of me. Being hip is so hard.

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  • reply Lisa Clarke ,

    Oh, I love their work! I am so inspired by artists who inlay polymer clay into silver bezels – it’s such a great look.

    • reply Debbie G ,

      Whooboy. I shoulda listened when you warned about going to StyleHive unless you’ve got the time.

      Love the rings and things by Mary and Lou Ann. The design, the combination of the silver and gold..Mmmmm.

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