If waiting for the stroke of midnight makes you fidgety, keep yourself busy studying this clever polymer clay mokume gane trick from a new tutorial on Ponsawan Sila’s site. She says it’s a combination of techniques she’s learned from several people. Here’s the link to her Flickr pictures.

I’m combing through this year’s posts, trying to detect some patterns, trends, insights to share with you this week. The year flew by, didn’t it?

Wishing you peace and prosperity in 2008.

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  • reply Shirley ,

    Ponsawan does beautiful work and she is such a sharing artist! Always love to see what she has come up with!

    • reply Melanie West ,

      I always enjoy looking at Ponsawan’s work because it’s clear that she has a lot of fun while making it.

      I was delighted and surprised to see some of her “sketches” – just terrific! More I say, more! 😉

      • reply Scott ,

        It’s easy to spot a “Sila” creation with her unique style and use of color. Such a gifted artist.
        Happy new year Pons!

        • reply Ponsawan ,

          Happy New Year to you, Cynthia and thanks for putting me on the last spot of the year. I am honored.

          • reply papernclay ,

            I tried playing with your technique last night and I loved it. It didn’t turn out as lovely as yours but I had some very nice results. Thanks for sharing.
            Linda

            • reply Ponsawan ,

              Linda, please send me the picture of your “very nice result”. I would like to learn if the technique can be improved or a better instruction should be provided.

              • reply Julie Picarello ,

                How cool is this?!! If it was half as fun making it as it is just looking at it…Ponsawan must have had a blast. Great work and a sharing artist to boot!

                • reply Ponsawan’s polymer mosaic at Polymer Clay Daily ,

                  […] earlier posts featuring Ponsawan’s work, click here, here, and here. Have a colorful weekend. Print This […]

                  • reply gina michel ,

                    I found your blog on google and read a few of your other posts. I just added you to my Google News Reader. Keep up the good work. Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

                    • reply linda badgley ,

                      I love her tutorials, thanks for sharing all your techniques

                      • reply Nancy Anderson ,

                        look forward to the newsletter.

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