Polish sites feature polymer and more

The link to Jan Suchodolski’s flickr site is a major inspiration and a time sucker. I went there because Tserenbadam Enkhtsetseg (Enkhe) wrote that Elise Winter’s polymer clay work was featured on this Polish blog about contemporary jewelry.

I found Elise and Ford/Forlano and was stunned by the wealth of visual inspiration on the Zero925 and Panie Przodem sites. If you’re in need of a mid-week jolt to your creative batteries, click on any of these links.

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  • reply Loretta ,

    Well I feel full – like I’ve just enjoyed a fabulous meal. And Jan Suchodolski’s work is gorgeous! What inspiration. Thanks again Cynthia for the midweek present.

    • reply Panie Przodem ,

      Hi! Many thanks for presenting our two Polish blogs!!!t’s a great pleasure to inspire people by the works we write about. We both with Jasiek own a flckr jewellery group where we have lots and lots of great and not only polymer clay flickr jewellery pieces.
      cheers from Poland!
      Dominika Naborowska from PaniePrzodem.pl blog

      • reply zero925 jasiek suchodolski ,

        thnx for everybody! please visit zero925*blog and Panie Przodem as often as possible!
        🙂

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