Need some polymer magic?

Maevinwrenscraft on PCDaily

Try making a wand like Maevinwrenscraft (anyone know her name?). She attaches a naturally faceted quartz crystal or other gem to a wooden rod with clay and bakes.

Then she decorates the resulting wand with leaves and vines that wind up the wooden base and rebakes. The design can become a hairstick or, without a rod, becomes a pendant. The magic continues.

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  • reply Sandra D. ,

    Fantastic work. I like the colors and using precious stones.

    • reply Monique U. (A Half-Baked Notion) ,

      Everyone needs a little magic! I think her name is Morgan McGrath, and she lives in California.

      • reply Erin Prais-Hintz ,

        Wow. Totally inspired! The cool things that people can do with this medium fascinates me and makes me yearn for more instruction! Thank you for sharing her work. Lovely start to my day. Enjoy the day. Erin

        • reply Ruth ,

          She has an ETSY presence that shows she is
          Morgan McGrath of Clovis, CA, USA

          • reply Abigail Smycken Handmade ,

            Wow, that’s so pretty! They remind me of World of Warcraft 😀

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