Do it again polymer

Continuing with textures, we move on to Pennsylvania’s Stacie Louise Smith who mixes lots of media into her jewelry – wire, stone, sea glass, metal clay, and polymer for sculptured pieces and faux fossils..

On the Love My Art group blog, she offers a picture tutorial of how she carves and shapes an original polymer focal piece and then duplicates it in her own silicone mold.

Here’s the best view of her polymer textures and of course you’ll want to stop by her Etsy shop and visit her on Facebook.

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  • reply Alison ,

    The necklace is stunning! And thank you so much for the step by step mold making tutorial!

    • reply Michelle ,

      Love the colors!

      • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

        Really love the organic feel to the artist’s work, everything flows well

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