Layered look polymer

The layered beads from Eriko Page were inspired by Japanese kimonos. Slices of delicate flower canes are onlayed over smooth base beads whose surfaces have been flecked with metal leaf and washed with translucent colors.

See more of Eriko’s work here. Christi Friesen sent the link along.

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  • reply Polynana ,

    Oh wow these are just amazing, the beautiful backgrounds Eriko creates on her beads are so lovely.

    • reply jana ,

      Such an eye-catching image (the one to the left)! Eriko achieves a lovely effect with this style..

      • reply JeannieK ,

        They remind me of painted stones. Very pretty

        • reply Terry ,

          I had the pleasure of working with Erico last night at the Tucson Polymer Clay Party. Her work is awesome. She was a joy to work with.

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