Yuli-Ya’s polymer abundance

If you’d like to be dripping with jewels for a holiday event, take a look the polymer clay necklaces from Ukraine’s Julia (Yuli-Ya).

She subscribes to the “more is more” philosophy of jewelry design. Her wire and bead, polymer and crystal creations wrap the wearer’s neck in elegant abundance.

Julia branches out from her organic line and fashions complex Indian and Egyptian pieces in polymer as well. Her Flickr pages are full of diva gems. Thanks to Dee Wilder who sent the link along.

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  • reply Jeannie ,

    WOW. Everything is so beautiful and ornate. The colors are in perfect harmony. I can only dream this.

    • reply Alenka ,

      I adore her jewelery, she is so talented and imaginative.

      • reply Sherry Bailey ,

        Yum! Ah, to have events in my life to wear this to!!! (HA!)

        • reply Julia (Yuli-Ya) ,

          Thank you so much!:), I’m so happy that you like my works!

          • reply ksenia ,

            it is really fantastic!
            like God kissed yulia’s forehead

            • reply Gaina ,

              Wow!! I love people who take a material and push its boundaries to the limit :).

              • reply Genevieve ,

                Spectacular! Thanks for sharing.

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