Peraud’s luminaria

These twinkling polymer clay luminaria by Sylvie Peraud (Fimo Maniguette) amuse me. I’m tired from a festive weekend and have no words to explain why flipping these lights on and off makes me smile so much.

A quick trip through Sylvie’s Flickr pages may help you start your week playfully. No judgment, no words. Just fun.

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  • reply Jeannie ,

    Just what I need today, a punch of color and fun.

    • reply Kathi ,

      Sylvie’s stuff is so awesome!

      • reply Gera Scott Chandler ,

        What a wonderful concept- beautiful colour connections too!

        • reply Sylvie Peraud ,

          Gosh Cynthia, I am very honored to discover your post. I am very happy you enjoyed flipping the lights on and off, I don’t know how you did that, but it looks great.
          Thank you.

          • reply Debby Roberts ,

            Love the luminosity and the liquid look to the luminaries. They are delightful!

            • reply Alison Gallant ,

              They are beautiful, Sylvie, and the attachments! Happy Christmas and I’ll see you in June.

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