It’s difficult to pinpoint what makes these polymer brooches from KatchaT so appealing. Smooth rounded edges make them touchable. The scattered dots of extruded color slices look like confetti and add a party atmosphere.

Their yin/yang colors and shapes bounce your attention back and forth.

The Voila site chose them as winners in their competition this month.

KatchaT is an au pair from Czech Repulic who’s living in Aberdeen, Scotland. See more of her work in her Voila gallery.

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  • reply Cara Jane ,

    they caught my eye on the Voila site too

    • reply carissa ,

      This is one of those beads where your fingers itch to touch it. i love the colors and shapes.

      • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

        It’s an absolutely perfect shape–these remind me of tumbled stones. And yes, one does long to hold them…

        • reply Christine Dumont ,

          Thanks Cynthia for featuring these gorgeous pieces.

          • reply Sandra Davis ,

            know I’m going to to make me one ping with bull eyes.
            Thank you, Cynthia

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