It feels as if you could brush warm ancient sand off these polymer treasures from Elena Sevva (here’s the correct link). Elena is from Ukraine and lives in Israel.

She wraps delicate wire around some of the amber-like beads and strings them on a leather cord to complete the effect. Stamped designs and scratches are accented with faux metallic and ceramic finishes. Look at them more closely on her Flickr pages.

Summer travels

I’m fully in vacation mode and PCD posts may reflect that as they appear little later and on a more leisurely schedule. Let’s all have some summer fun.

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  • reply natanei ,

    • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

      Thank you for the correction!

      ct

    • reply Elena Sevva ,

      Dear Cynthia! Thanks for all! I.m so proud that i am here!
      But my galery and my blog – two different things.Everything is right.

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