Industrial meets organic meets polymer clay in these delicate designs by Pennsylvania’s Sharon of Nectar Jewelry Design. She takes a minimalist approach to the use of clay, using it to add a splash of color to her pieces.

Sharon’s one of those Etsy girls and I thank her for bailing me out of my post-vacation lethargy.

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  • reply darleen ,

    Thats OK..at least you have an excuse for your mind to have to catch up….mine is just slow on its own most days!! hope your vaca was a great one!

    • reply Sharon ,

      Hi Cynthia! Thanks so much for this great, great opportunity!

      sharon

      • reply Lori G ,

        Those earrings are just too cool!

        • reply Lynda ,

          a very beautiful idea to be useful itself of the polymeric paste by small keys!!!
          splendid work of metal!!!
          thank you

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