Hunt’s stacking polymer trees

Australia’s Amanda Hunt has created cheery polymer clay ornaments/pendants made of graduated disks that will make a perfect pro

ject for the young artists in my neighborhood who stop by to make something for the holidays.

Creating simple yet sophisticated designs is quite a trick and Amanda’s done it well. The way she translates her doodles and drawings into polymer clay pieces is intriguing as well. Take a look here and here.

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  • reply Patricia Kramer ,

    These are terrific! Simply brilliant Amanda!

    • reply Dee Wilder ,

      Even thought I haunt etsy and flickr, you keep finding new artists I haven’t seen. Amanda’s designs are, indeed, simple and sophisticated. Great post.

      • reply Sherry Bailey ,

        It wouldn’t be difficult to morph those trees into bell shapes, for a little variety…

        • reply Amanda’s Musings » Blog Archive » Featured ,

          […] photos of my little Christmas trees on facebook the other day led to them being featured on the very popular Polymer Clay Daily blog run by Cynthia Tinapple. Its always exciting to be […]

          • reply Janis Frost ,

            Yeah Amanda! Australia’s got talent! They are gorgeous and a great idea for the kids I have coming for a class.
            Jan

            • reply Lynda Moseley ,

              These are so pretty, Amanda!

              • reply Amanda ,

                Thank you for all your lovely comments.

                • reply Odette ,

                  Splendid, I love this style !!!!

                  sorry for my english…I don’t speak very well lol

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