Rediscovering Russell and Pavelka

I stumbled on Lisa Pavelka’s spiffy new site as I was looking for the lowdown on the second Cabin Fever Fest (looks like it was a smash). Lisa’s site showcases her growing line of polymer clay tools and products.

I also rediscovered Kelly Russell (beadfuddled.com). Kelly’s first love is precious metal clay and I’d overlooked her dazzling polymer clay work which has been included in many books and magazines.

Start your week with their colorful inspirations and the latest tools and techniques.

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  • reply Melanie West ,

    Yeay, Kelly!! You go girl! Your work is awesome…. I love the way you put PMC and PC together. 🙂

    • reply Kelly Russell ,

      Thank you, Cynthia for showing my work. I normally visit you site and Susan’s site everyday. Imagine my surprise when I saw two of my new pieces on your page!!!! If you want to see more of my work, my website is http://www.Beadfuddled.com. I have actually been working with polymer for about 19 years and my first pieces were in Lindly and Pierette’s first book back in the 90″s.Again, Thank you for including me on your website….it is a honor!

      • reply Lisa Lambright ,

        Thank you so much for featuring Lisa Pavelka’s new website. We are Lisa’s parent company and just love working with her and having her educate us in the clay crafting industry. Again, many thanks.

        • reply Jeannie ,

          I’m an aspiring polymer clay artist. I love Lisa’s work. I only wish all these great artists would come to the Mpls/St.Paul area to teach a class. I always feel so out of the loop just because of where I live.
          P.S. love this website

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