Geoffrey’s cuttouts

Rebecca Geoffrey’s polymer clay pendants look just right for a Friday – fall colors, tidy layered construction, judicious texturing.

After a week of electronic catching up and restoring order, I crave Rebecca’s delightful control and restraint. She shows more in her Facebook photos and her small purses on Etsy are fun too.

Vacation wreaks havoc with keeping up online (Facebook fatigue is the official term). I’ve reserved today to play in the studio with some of the ideas that have been moldering in my brain all week. Have a playful weekend.

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  • reply Lynda ,

    j’adooooooooooooooooooooooooooooore !!!!
    super originale!!!
    bravo

    • reply Maria ,

      Wow,I like it!

      • reply Jeannie ,

        HOw delightful they are.

        • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

          I really loved these too–her color combinations are terrific.

          • reply Kellie Robinson ,

            love love love these!!!

            • reply Florence ,

              I have several of Rebecca’s beautiful pieces and am always drawn to her clean lines and keen design sense. Less is definitely more with Rebecca! Stunning work!

              • reply lachafa ,

                those look really beautiful! i love the one with the circles.

                • reply Polymer color boost | Polymer Clay Daily ,

                  […] Geoffrey moved over into metal clay, resin, and metalsmithing two years ago. Remember these? She’s […]

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