Nikki Blanchard and a number of other polymer artists started their new year right by sending me links to their sites. Why be shy and hide your work? You’ll be surprised at how much more confident you’ll feel just by throwing your electronic hat in the ring.

New links are like belated holiday presents for me. You’ll be making my research easier. It’s a win-win.

Nikki gave up her glass studio after 18 years and found a home in polymer so she’ll bring lots of relevant skills to her new medium. I like the placement of the findings in these earrings. Her photos show that she’s off to an promising start. Have a great weekend!

 

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  • reply Isabelle d'Hauterive ,

    I love the way you did that very nice

    • reply Dede Leupold ,

      Simply elegant! Love to see different ideas on finding connections to polymer.

      • reply Nikki Blanchard ,

        I’m so very grateful for the wonderful response I’ve gotten today from the PC community. I’m looking forward to more involvement and more friends to be made! Thank you all and thank you Cynthia for the feature.

        • reply carolpazos ,

          Totalmente de acuerdo, el trabajo de esta artesana es muy innovador, otra forma de mirar nuestra querida pasta polymerica, gracias por el lien absolutamente precioso y elegante.

          • reply Lanette Holland ,

            Pretty colors, and I like how she did the cutout for the findings — good idea.

            • reply Sandra DeYoung Niese ,

              These are very pretty! Nikki, you are very talented! Thanks for sharing these Cynthia :)

              • reply genevieve williamson ,

                Lovely earrings! I really like the placement of the findings too!

                • reply Sandra D. ,

                  the daisy earrings are beautiful and I like the color too.

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