Garden inspiration from Vee

Veruschka Stevens' bounty necklace from polymer clay

Veruschka Stevens was moved to created this wearable polymer garden after watching Michele Obama on tv gardening and surrounded by children.

“This necklace is very much inspired by the gorgeous garden in the White House and the wonderful health and joy that a garden – no matter how small or large – can bring into everyone’s heart, mind and body,” she explained. Here’s a collage of her inspiration and her results.

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  • reply Angeli ,

    I love the colors and the size of this bib necklace! Breathtaking!

    • reply m.e. ,

      This is a STUNNING piece !
      Such a colorful ,happy sight to start my day !
      Thank you ! m.e. :)

      • reply Wendy Moore ,

        Simply stunning. Makes me think of monsoon abundance! Congratulations Veruschka. Cynthis, thanks for finding it. Wendy (drenched from monsoon abundance)

        • reply Melinda Hayes ,

          WOW!

          • reply Jeannie ,

            WOW! I have no words. This is truly inspired.

            • reply Veruschka Stevens ,

              Big thanks to Cynthia for sharing my works, and another HUGE thank you to everyone of you for sharing your wonderful comments. This necklace was truly a labor of love. It is surprisingly comfortable to wear and I’m just thrilled that you enjoy it as well :-)

              • reply Ronna Sarvas Weltman ,

                Listen, everyone: You must visit Veruschka’s flickr site. More astonishing pieces awaiting you there. Thanks so much, Cynthia. What a fabulous way to start our day.

                • reply Bananalana ,

                  This necklace is summer itself! I really love it, the bright colors, the blossoms, everything. I looks sooo great with that white tube top!

                  • reply Veruschka Stevens ,

                    Ronna: Days like today and wonderful people like you (especially of your artistic caliber!), remind me that genuine goodness is very much alive and well in people’s hearts. I’m SO happy you find my pieces worth your -and everyone’s- precious time.

                    • reply Jill Palumbo ,

                      I agree with Ronna! I just saw many of her photos on Flickr, and had to pry myself away. How very inspiring indeed. I’m so glad you made us aware of this exceptional artist, Cynthia!

                      • reply Debbie Crothers ,

                        Wow!!!! – that about says it all. I’ve now just spent the last 15 minutes looking through this very talented ladies flickr ablum and website. The work that goes into each peace is quite amazing. Thanks for featuring this amazing polymer artist.

                        • reply Annie Hooten ,

                          Simply gorgeous. You should send a photo to Mrs. Obama!!

                          • reply Locally grown polymer ,

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