Sometimes mokume gane in the right colors can just turn out perfectly. (Odile simply sands the baked clay to reveal patterns.)

Enjoy the sunny results from L’atelier de Dilcrea  (Odile Marchais) to perk up the start to your week. Short and sweet.

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  • reply Mary Kaye Waterson ,

    Wow these are so pretty! I love the patterns of the stamps she used for the mokume gane – they look like raindrops.

    • reply Sandra D. ,

      Her polymer clay disc are full of color and bring attention to any eye is passing thru.

      • reply Loretta ,

        Beautiful – looks great in graphic black and white too!
        Also LOVE the color inspiration of the little striped dress she shows further down the page. Don’t miss that!

        • reply Sherrie Brittig ,

          • reply polymeramoi ,

            bonsoir,
            son nom est Odile Marchais, elle vit en France. Je tiens à la féliciter de cette mise à l’honneur méritée
            marie-france/polymeramoi

            • reply isabelle ,

              bravo!!!!!! Un bonjour en même temps du Québec

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