Wilder’s Luminous Beads

This festive basket of glowing polymer clay beads tempts me to put up a tree for the holidays this weekend. The beads are Dee Wilder’s signature design and they would make perfect ornaments.

Dee has also produced a number of interesting turned beads…a la Grant Diffendaffer…and experimented in some great ways.

Mouse through her Flickr site and have a merry weekend.

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  • reply Barb Fajardo ,

    Dee is incredibly talented. The color in her work is delicious…I hope she submitted some images for Lindly and Maggie’s color book!

    • reply Kathi ,

      wow, just wow. She is amazing!

      • reply Seth L Savarick ,

        Dee is such an amazing person. Glad to see her work getting the attention it deserves!

        • reply Marla ,

          I have to echo the “amazing,” since that’s the best word for her. She does gorgeous work & is funny & nice on top of it all.

          • reply Jen ,

            Mmm! They look like little candies! I just want to eat them up! Very wonderful colors and design.

            • reply Polymer Clay Daily » Wilder’s stacked slices ,

              […] Dee Wilder has been spring cleaning her polymer clay canes. Dee sliced up her neglected canes, varying their […]

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