Sahl’s Seasonal Ornaments

Sharon Sahl, formerly of Ohio and now from Washington, has added her 2007 line of polymer clay ornaments to her web site enabling her Ohio collectors to get their annual fix of her charming and precise works.

Sharon’s added a couple of interesting demos. If you scroll down her demo page you’ll see an example of her process for a cathedral windows quilt and witness Sharon’s legendary attention to detail. Be sure to browse the gingerbread houses section.

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  • reply Barbara Young ,

    Sharon,
    You continue to do amazing stuff with this clay. I couldn’t be more pleased with the ginger bread house you did of my house and I’m very happy it is on your website. Thanks for all your good work.

    • reply Olga Daniw ,

      I live in Chicago, and would like to know if you can recommend a class I can take using polymer clay.

      • reply Laura ,

        To Whom It May Concern,

        Recently I was at a festival called the Backwoods Craft Festival, in Ohio where I live, which is the second year I have attended, and saw Sharon Shal’s polymer clay ornaments, I believe they are called the Christmas Kids ornaments, and loved them. They were at a lady’s booth called Jeri Merritt. She had Sharon’s ornaments on display, and I wish I would have purchased one them, but did not. I am on a website called Polymer Clay Daily under Sharon Shal Seasonal Ornaments. Now when the page comes up, it shows two of her adorable ornaments, but I can’t seem to see any additional of these ornaments on the page. I wondered if she has a website that shows all of these ornaments and how a person like myself could purchase them on line from her. I would really appreciate any help or info you might be able to provide with regards to my request.
        Thank you for your time and help in this matter.
        Sincerely, Laura Halstead

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