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Pennsylvania’s Staci Louise Smith doodled on white polymer after she was inspired by a favorite painter’s new work. Her doodle beads made her feel better about not buying the painting.

When you visit Staci’s studio you will see how doodling is deeply embedded in her art brain. It may make you consider painting your floor!

In the same post she talks about salvaging a batch of black polymer beads by carving doodles in them. Staci works in metal clay, sea glass, wire – you name it.

Most of her polymer beads show up on her Artisan Accents site and she’s a force in the Love My Art Jewelry group. Yesterday’s Kimberly Rogers is also part of the group.

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  • reply staci L. smith ,

    Thanks for the feature!

    • reply sharylsjewelry ,

      What a wonderful feature! I admire Staci and her work. This just taught me more about her. I’ve been admiring this new line of hers!

      • reply Emily ,

        These beads and the artwork match her floor perfectly! Very inspiring to read about Staci’s inspiration…great work!

        • reply MaryAnn Carroll ,

          And we love Staci! I don’t know what we would do without her! She play so many roles behind the scenes on LMAJ!

          • reply Sandra D. ,

            Fantastic doodles they look old that have history from our world.

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