Rosica Mohamed from Sofia, Bulgaria brings us a branch of spring buds realistically sculpted from polymer. I’m guessing that this was part of her May Day attire. Can’t you just picture a maypole dancer wearing these blossoms as she weaves a streamer over and under?

Rosica’s updated blogs  and Facebook page make it easy to watch her progress to increasingly refined work and experiment with putting a Bulgarian spin on standard techniques.

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  • reply Rosica Mohamed ,

    Hellow Cynthia Tinapple!
    Its a big hounour for me that you like my creature. Thank you very much for sharing it in your amazing blog!

    • reply Vesy ,

      Very nice.

      • reply Anita Brandon ,

        Such beautiful work! I especially love her floral necklaces; the perfect marriage of creative talent and meticulous workmanship. Her poppy necklace and collar necklace with a frog make my heart sing.

        • reply Selma ,

          Gorgeous, optimistic and beautiful necklace with lots of nice details! Very nice and realistic work!

          • reply Lynn Lunger/UnaOdd ,

            Splendid work! Love the delicate and fresh feel – so difficult to achieve with flowers and polymer!

            • reply Georgie Galante ,

              Oh, how pretty!

              • reply Mary-Lynne ,

                Exquisite! Inspires me!

                • reply Scott ,

                  Beautiful!

                  • reply sandra ,

                    The flowers necklace is out of this world. It looks elegant and rich.

                    • reply Mirela ,

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                      • reply Mirela ,

                        The necklace is amazing ,congratulations for the great work!

                        • reply Polymer grapes | Polymer Clay Daily ,

                          […] Rositsa fooled us with flowers the last time she was featured on PCD. […]

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