Mai McKemy’s polymer accessories keep her true to her Woodland Belle name. She makes tiny succulents, terrariums and branches that become rings, pendants and hair pins.

She mixes sophistication with a rustic aesthetic that has fashion appeal. Her work has appeared in Real Simple, Teen Vogue and Glamour Weddings magazines.

Read more about Mai in an interview at this link and see her galleries at Etsy and BigCartel. Thanks to Susan Lomuto (DailyArtMuse) for the link.

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  • reply Anita Brandon ,

    Truly unique and special work. Very enjoyable reading the interview.

    • reply doreen kassel ,

      Wow, my favorite so far! Very lovely & sensitive, really delightful. I loved the little interview too.

      • reply JeannieK ,

        Great interview. Love the succulent ring.

        • reply Barbara Briggs ,

          Very clever hair ornament and so much better than plain bobby pins!

          • reply Sandra D. ,

            Your dessert ring is beautiful also those bobby pins.

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