Boston Baked Beads

Mackin's spring polymer brooch

Scanning through the list of readers’ links has been a treat, a breath of fresh air that’s perfect for Monday.

Don’t you love sites with names like Boston Baked Beads? Lisa Mackin has a way with words and clay (that’s her pink brooch). She calls her kaleidoscope focal beads “indie pendants.” Cracks me up. Her wish chicks give an updated twist to Japanese Kokeshi dolls.

Colic's polymer bird

Netherland’s Teodora Colic switches from fiber to polymer with ease and a dramatic sense of design. Her “burdie” was a recent sunny day impulse.

You’ll find more new names by clicking through the list (there goes the morning). Eventually I’ll try to make order of the page but right now enjoy the new faces….and add your link if you haven’t yet.

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  • reply Lisa Mackin ,

    Wow! What a great surprise. The first day of sun after many days of rain, it’s also a holiday here in Massachusetts and I see my work featured on Polymer Clay Daily. Thanks so much!

    • reply Jeannie ,

      I enjoyed reading her blog. The pendant she made for the little girls is so cute…even though she doesn’t do cute.

      • reply Teodora Colic ,

        Oh my, you have made my day so much sunnier!Thank you so much for your kind words.

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