Clarke’s summer colors

Cantelope, mint and grass with a bit of sky blue…these summer-colored polymer clay buttons by Lisa Clarke match the July day.

Lisa’s afternoon experiment demonstrates the value of accurate color mixing. She tried using premixed colors and couldn’t tolerate the off-key results.

You’ve got to have cool hands and patience to reduce canes in an 80 degree house. The results are pure summer.


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  • reply jana ,

    It’s always fun to go to Lisa’s blog and see her use of fabrics…being a textile junkie, I love seeing what she’s up to. Great coordination between the fabric and buttons (and, of course, the mix of stripes with florals gets me every time 🙂

    • reply Lunes ,

      I just wish I could persuade her to make me one of those stunning skirts!

      • reply Polka Dot Creations » Blog Archive » Press this button ,

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        • reply Charlene ("Cat") Therien ,

          Lisa is amazing, isn’t she! I love all the home projects she makes. The floral fabric here is delicious, as are her buttons for it.

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