Germany’s Eva Soehjar’s polymer embroidered earrings bring a breath of spring to begin your May.

White pear shaped bases are appliqued with dainty flowers made of tiny pieces of clay which are layed on and shaped with a needle tool. Eva treats the polymer beads as canvases for painting on her Etsy site.

We last visited Eva a couple of years ago (here) with two other artists, Jennifer Morris and Italy’s Marina Lombardi who both work in similar techniques. See how all three have progressed.

Thanks to Marian Hertzog for reminding us to take a second look.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
  • reply lisa Mackin ,

    All so talented. So glad to see Eva’s work again. There’s something so special about it.

    • reply Melinda Hayes ,

      oh my! Those are lovely

      • reply Beverlyjane ,

        Such wonderful talent. Very happy that she will share her art with us.

        • reply jacqueline ,

          very victorian/lovely!

          • reply Jeanniek ,

            Stunning. I have so much appreciation for detailed work like this.

            • reply Georgie Galante ,

              Just beautiful.

              • reply Perlenblog – Zita Weiß » Modellierte Cane-blütchen ,

                […] Dafür haben die Teile dann auch gut aneinander geklebt. Jedenfalls wurde ich kurz danach über diesen Post auf PolymerClayDaily auf drei Damen aufmerksam, die das ganz ähnlich machen, wenn auch viel […]

                • reply Eva Thissen ,

                  Hallo, many thanks for featuring my work and for such lovely comments! Kindest regards, Eva Thissen, née Soehjar 🙂

                  Leave a comment

                  • I'm Cynthia Tinapple, an artist, curator, and leader in the polymer clay community for over 20 years.

                    On this blog I showcase the best polymer clay art online to inspire and encourage you. I also send out weekend extras in the premium newsletter, StudioMojo.

                    You can find my book, Polymer Clay Global Perspectives, on Amazon.

                  • Here are 4 ways to get daily posts

                  • Download your FREE eBook
                    7 Great Ways to Teach Yourself Polymer Clay.
                    Contains 62 free resources for learning polymer clay online.

                    Click here to download.