O'Dell on PCDaily

These beads are from Mari O’Dell’s Deep Textures workshop that she holds in her treehouse in Annapolis, Maryland. She has a distinctive way with textures. Mari’s a whiz with extrusions and she has a real love of Asian designs.

While you can find some small pictures and lots of descriptions on her website, the place to find her most recent work is on Facebook. Look in on her classes, check out her latest extrusion patterns and see samples of her cake decorating there. Be sure to check out how Mari adds buttons to flipflop sandals to improve their fashion statement.

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  • reply mari O'Dell ,

    What a wonderful surprise to take to the computer this morning with my cup of coffee(as (as I do each day)to find my own textured beads and your most generous comments.Thanks for encouraging me to jump into cyber space…may make it into this century yet!

    • reply Abigail Smycken Handmade ,

      Wow, your work is so beautiful! You definitely are an inspiration for us all! I love your nicely crafted pieces.

    • reply Loretta ,

      Beautiful work Mari. A touch romantic and feminine with a hint of nostalgia…lovely.

      • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

        Ahhhhh! I wanna go to your treehouse and learn about awesome poymer clay techniques! That would be awesome, your work is stunning:)

        • reply Sandra D. ,

          The deep texture on Polymer clay is amazing work and the cool colors over the clay is just fabulous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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