If Tuesday’s post prompted you to pull out your Kemper cutters, let me share two more cutter technique favorites from the PCD archives.

Rebecca Geoffrey created this cutout layer stacked over a contrasting color years ago (oh my, it was 2005). Even though she’s moved on to much more sophisticated work, the simplicity and beauty of these cutout rounds keeps them among my favorites.

Camille Young’s snowflake ornaments show circles of clay with cutter bits removed. Stacked on another layer of texture and topped off with some metallic and seed bead bling, these pieces are the grownup polymer version of cutting snowflakes out of paper. Easy holiday magic. Here’s Camille’s current site.

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  • reply Mary Anne Loveless ,

    I love the contrasting, peek-a-boo colors! These are beautiful!

    • reply rmkdesign ,

      Camille(Meela) is such a multi-talented person–so many techniques, too little time! These are positively edible. As are her faux opals, her polymer pictures, sculptures…..

      • reply Selma ,

        Really beautiful creations! Snowflake is adorable, I love it! 🙂

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