I pulled these lovely polymer clay pieces from my stash of items saved for use during the holidays. But I neglected to name them properly so I can’t link them or identify the artists (one identified, one to go).

I love the elfish character speeding downhill. And the Christmas tree pin design (Kim Korringa’s!) was so simple and appealing that I just had to share it.

Enjoy these tidbits while I wrap your present. If you know the creator of the skiier, let me know and I’ll link you to the rest of his/her works.

Come back tomorrow to see what’s under the tree.

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  • reply Juli ,

    I’m not positive, but the sledder elf looks like it could be the work of Cindy Celusta.

    • reply Lindly Haunani ,

      I will venture a guess on the Christmas tree= Hollie Mion 1998?

      • reply Kim Korringa ,

        Hi! The Christmas Tree pin is one I made. What a fun surprise to see it on your website. Love your site!
        Kim Korringa

        • reply Sarah Chinen ,

          The Christmas tree pin is the work of the beautiful Kim Korringa, known for her great sense of color and playfulness.

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