Ghost Shift polymer

Sue Corrie works with polymer on the Ghost Shift, when her family is settled and it’s dark outside. “Of course, Dr. Who fans know that the Ghost Shift was also the period when mysterious forces were able to seep into this world across the void,” she admits.

Sue has a mysterious force with color, putting together calming combinations and soothing palettes that invite further exploration.¬†She shifts gears from fall’s rich dark colors in this leaf pendant to a brighter palette in this Natalia bead bracelet. Take a look.

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  • reply Jan Montarsi ,

    Sue, Your work is just what “The Doctor” ordered !!

    • reply Sue Corrie ,

      Thank you so much for featuring my work. By the way, the beads on the bracelet were taught to us by Natalia Garcia De Leaniz at Polymer Play Days – so ‘Natalia’ beads. I think she adapted the idea from some felted jewellery that she loved. Thank you too Natalia.

      • reply Marian Hertzog ,

        Thanks for finding such inspirational work. I love the color combinations and the pattern mixes that Sue uses. I don’t want to go to my “real” job now but I have to! Definitely will do studio time tonight! Thanks again for your daily posts. I look forward to them.

        • reply Alison Gallant ,

          Congratulations, Sue, lovely work!

          • reply Pam ,

            Absolutley FABULOUS! I am in awe! The pendant is incredible, wow!

            • reply Lily's Treasures ,

              It is really lovely, I like the selection of Fall colors. I see children playing in a path of leaves and they fly around.

              • reply Natalia Garcia de Leaniz ,

                Wow, thanks Cytnhia for featuring Sue’s polymer! This way I could see the great work you did, Sue.
                Thank you so much for sharing this. I love the colours you used, wonderful!!!!

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