A flowering career

An afternoon of pulling weeds among the forget-me-nots and lilacs made my eyes drift to these earrings by Zuleykha McMillan on Etsy. Bountiful and bright cane slices are formed into bell shapes.

Zu talked about working with a new baby on her lap and I was drawn into her tale. Her mother came for a visit and showed Zu how to keep her polymer art going with a baby in the house.

Since the birth of her first child, she’s gravitated away from polymer jewelry to polymer faces. The story continues…in both Russian and English. (On Flickr if you just want pictures.)

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  • reply Nevenka Sabo ,

    Wonderful! I love her work it is so colorful and makes me smile.

    • reply Zuleykha McMillan ,

      Cynthia, thank you so much for mentioning about my work in your blog!

      • reply Anita Brandon ,

        Love her flowered jewelry which never fails to make me smile…..all perfect to celebrate spring.

        • reply Karina ,

          Zuleyka, Beautiful Creations ^_^

          • reply sandra ,

            love the tear drop flowers earrings./

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