Fall polymer pastiche

This polymer brooch from Cecile isn’t new but it’s just what I needed for a fall Friday. Extrusions and a tree shape added over a Skinner blend form a seasonal abstract.

I’ll include these chrysanthemum rings from Genieve Williamson to my fall pastiche since her textured dark tones and rough surfaces are right for cooler weather. She pairs polymer with wood shanks for her wintery fashions.

Two Reminders

Get in on the bidding for some juicy polymer pieces on Ponsawan Sila’s site. Auction proceeds benefit Ponsawan’s daughter, Ada.

Elections are coming…IPCA elections, that is. The international guild for our craft is looking for enthusiastic board candidates who will help the organization thrive. October 29 is the deadline for nominations (and they encourage nominations from outside the US). Questions? Contact France’s Kylee Milner, the elections chair.

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  • reply Ponsawan ,

    Thank you, Cynthia.

    • reply genevieve williamson ,

      Thanks Cynthia! Its always a great pleasure to have one of pieces in one of your posts!

      • reply cecile gouton ,

        Thank you very much Cynthia, it is a great pleasure to see one of my broochs in PCD

        • reply Mimi-Pinson ,

          Une mise à l’honneur bien méritée!Un grand bravo!Congratulations!
          Gros bisous,
          Mimi-Pinson.

          • reply Christine Witton ,

            Love this site

            • reply Jane Sinnett ,

              So glad I found this website. I am getting back into pc after a year of my husband’s serious illness. (He’s doing very well, thank you for asking.)
              Jane

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