Ontario’s Karen Pasieka specializes in simple polymer shapes and subtle details which is perhaps a result of her training as an architect. These ice blue hydrangea baubles are constructed on filgree cores and hung from wire loops. Pale crystals add sparkle to the delicate earrings.

There’s no fuss to her rosebud bouquets. The soft shades of the groupings give them sophistication. Even her Christmas trees (yes, she keeps them up year round) have an architectural feel to them, relying on color and shape rather than fancy pattern tricks.

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  • reply Peter ,

    Thank you for mentioning my wife’s work on your blog.

    • reply Sarah ,

      I love the soft colors. Very pretty!

      • reply Jean ,

        The Christmas trees, are WAY to cute!

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