Easy spring polymer

Thanks for making my job easy. I just scroll down the link list and see what’s arrived. Easy-peezy.

UK’s Pippa Chandler made the articulated polymer leaf necklace at the left after studying her daughter’s cloisonne fish pendant.

Rebecca Geoffrey's metal clay and polymer fern

The Netherland’s Els van Haasen (beadelz) created this retro volcano pendant and given the volcano in the news, it seemed only right to show it off.

A silver and polymer fern necklace from Rebecca Geoffrey is part of her newest line and a perfect look for spring. I’m off to pull weeds!

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  • reply Cindy Matthews ,

    You go, Pippa! I love that necklace, Cynthia – good choice! Pippa is wonderfully innovative, as you know. 🙂

    me<

    • reply Deb Tuchsen ,

      Pippa’s work rocks! I love this piece! She is always so creative and uses such wonderful colors. Her fish focal beads are fabulous.

      • reply Lisa Mackin ,

        Beautiful work ladies! I especially love Rebecca Geoffrey’s style.

        • reply Lynda Moseley ,

          I am very lucky to have several of Pippa Chandler’s works of art in my personal collection. She is a talented and gifted artist and I am so happy to see her featured here at last! Congratulations, Pippa my friend!

          • reply Pippa Chandler ,

            Thank you so much for featuring my necklace Cynthia. I am so thrilled! I have been following PCD for about 4 years and am always inspired by the work that you feature. To have one of my pieces on here is the highlight of my year.

            Thank you everyone for your lovely comments.

            Pippa

            • reply Wandie Ortiz ,

              Congrats Pippa! Love your work, looking forward to seeing more!

              • reply Wandie Ortiz ,

                Accidently cut my last post too short…did not want to leave out my admiration for the work of Rebecca Geoffrey and El’s too. All 3 of you ladies rock!

                • reply Els van Haasen ,

                  Cynthia many thanks for showing my vulcano. It really is a “good” moment for it. I feel very sorry for everybody who can’t go home right now. But the sun is coming through…..
                  Thank you all for the nice comments.
                  Warm regards Els (Beadelz)

                  • reply Dede Leupold ,

                    Wow! really beautiful and innovative work by all these women. But I especially love Rebecca’s leaves and silver combinations.

                    • reply Rebecca Geoffrey ,

                      Thank-you for featuring my necklace, Cynthia. It was a nice surprise to wake up to this morning!
                      also thanks for the lovely comments. They always keep me going on ’til the next idea pops into my head.

                      • reply Angela Hickey ,

                        Beautiful works of art today, but I especially love the gorgeous necklace by Pippa! How unique and innovative!

                        • reply Susanne Dingendorf ,

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