There’s talk of fireworks and picnics and I’m feeling all red, white and blue. Stars and stripes canes make simple, fail-safe beads. Look at these simple little ones from Arizona’s Barbara Handy who does a brisk business in summertime polymer clay flip-flops.

Lance Perry’s (Crescent Hill Designs) polymer clay Uncle Sam and Firecracker sculptures will, he hopes, “…ease one’s growing pains by taking them back to their childhood, if only for a moment.”

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  • reply Jeannie ,

    Barbara’s tiny feet jewelry is a hoot. I can see a charm bracelet jam packed with them and some beads.
    Lance does the kind of work I can’t, sculpture. I so admire stuff like that.
    Great finds Cindy.

    • reply Barbara Handy ,

      Thank you for including my patriotic bead and referal to flip flops in todays post. I just love getting your posts everyday, so many talented artists.

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