Fresh looks from Europe

Looking for a little “April in Paris”? Here are a couple of fresh european (France and Belgium) sites for you to explore.

On the left we have Cecile (no last name) whose posts are filled with consistently good work and lots of experiments with a flair (many of them inspired by Nanetta’s book).

On the right we have Adaya’s bracelet, polymer pushed through filigree metal which was inspired by Susan Rose a while back.

Adaya’s site contains a treasure trove of links and great stuff. Susan Turney is responsible for our travels today.

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  • reply Ronna Sarvas Weltman ,

    Ooh, I can’t stop looking at Adaya’s bracelet. Love that tassle too. I guess the next entry in the technique index after the Skinner Blend should be the Susan Lomuto Rose Filigree Fill.

    • reply Ronna Sarvas Weltman ,

      And one more thing … after I sent that last comment, I discovered the new photos link on the top toolbar (is that a toolbar?). What a fabulous tool — a pictorial index to all your posts. Check it out, friends.

      • reply Lunes ,

        I just love the pendants on C├ęcile’s site, stunning. Pity there is no additional information about the artist.

        • reply Susan Lomuto ,

          Adaya’s bracelet made my day – she took my simple interpretation of pushing polymer through filigree and showed what you can really do with it. Just lovely.

          Ronna dear – ‘Filigree Fill’ – love the name…

          • reply Cecile’s simplissimes at Polymer Clay Daily ,

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