Understated polymer

These holiday polymer earrings from Michigan’s Sandra DeYoung-Niese may calm you in a hectic week.

Sandra created her own mold from a real evergreen branch. It’s a subtle holiday image with just a touch of red and a dusting of snow.

Wander slowly through her understated Etsy items and her Flickr site where the soothing vibe continues. Breathe!

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  • reply Sandra DeYoun-Niese ,

    Thank you for featuring the evergreen and berry errrings I made! I love this site and have been introduced to many many wonderful artists who share their passion of polymer clay creations. Happy Holidays to all- Sandra

    • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

      I have to chuckle–just as I opened this image, the song I was humming got to the line, ‘silver white Winters that melt into Spring…’ Merry christmas, ya’ll.

      • reply Sarah @ Hip Earth Designs ,

        These are gorgeous! Perfect for the entire winter. Great work, Sandra!

        • reply cindy b. ,

          Sandra, if you ever teach a class in Grand Rapids let me know I would love to take it. Really lovely work!

          • reply Ginny Baker ,

            I love the texture and simplicity in these! Beautiful! :)

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