Henley’s fish ornaments, Wade’s bobbins

Ginny Henley has been busy making polymer clay fish ornaments for her family. These are fish with attitude and color and style. The yellow one here is carrying a purse. Another has glasses.

Wouldn’t you love to be there when her relatives open their gifts?

You can see more of her “school” on her Flickr site and see her jewelry work here.

Bobbins with a twist

Susan Lomuto spotted Tina Wade’s polymer bobbin rings on Crafthaus. It’s fun to see how Tina tweaked the design with some ingenious construction.

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  • reply Alenka ,

    Very imaginative, funny, beautifull fishes! You have to love them!

    • reply Anke Humpert ,

      Love the fish, but I think the bobbin rings are just mindblowing! Such a great idea for constructing rings! Thank you, for the inspiration!

      • reply Tina Wade ,

        Wow! This really took me by surprise. Thank you Susan and Cynthia

        • reply Marcia ,

          Double WOW! For the fish and the rings. Beautiful!

          • reply Jeannie ,

            You know when you see a movie and it’s so good you never want it to end?
            Well that’s how I felt clicking through Ginny’s Flickr page.
            HER WORK IS PHENOMENAL!

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