Moseley on PCDaily

Luxuriate in the colors and patterns on Lynda Moseley's newest group of faux turquoise polymer pieces. She's sampled a variety of colors and experimented with all kinds of cracks and crevices. This sampler pendant combines snippets from lots of test pieces.

"What I had originally planned as a faux turquoise tutorial has morphed into a range of faux finishes using the same technique," she reports. It looks like her Faux Master Collection will be ready for prime time at the end of the month.

Lynda has a reputation for researching and refining her techniques into deceptively simple steps that make you wonder why you didn't think of that. See more of her work on Flickr, on Facebook, and watch her Etsy site for the new info.

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  • reply Mary Anne Loveless ,

    This is so beautiful!

    • reply Jay ,

      All of Lynda's work is beautiful.  Her tutorials are excellent and very easy to follow. She takes all of the kinks out. You actually understand what she is teaching you and really can make these beautiful pieces yourself.  Really looking forward to this next tutorial. She doesn't make it available until it is perfect. That's why she's the DIVA.

      • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

        Lynda sets the bar very high in her faux! It's gorgeous and gorgeously finished.Her success is SO well deserved.

        • reply Lupe Meter ,

          Abolutely love her work! I like that she spends the time to perfect a technique…love her tutorials!  She is certainly the DIVA when it comes to Faux techniques! I agree, her success is so well deserved!! 

          • reply Loretta ,

            Linda's the Faux Queen or is that the queen of Faux?! You know i love you girl and one of these days I'd love to get to work side by side with you and watch the magic happen!!!

            hugs

            • reply Lynda Moseley ,

              Thank you for the support and encouragement, Cynthia.  You have come through for me in ways you don't even know about, and I am truly thrilled to be featured here today.    

              The guiding factor for this latest faux tutorial has been the "how do I" questions I receive from my customers, like Jay (John) who are my biggest source of inspiration.   John asked me a couple of months ago to take a look at "Blue John Stone," an absolutely gorgeous gemstone, and see if I could duplicate it in polymer.  John, sorry to say, that one is still on the drawing board, but seeing it helped tremendously in my research and development of the faux process for the new tutorial.       

              I have the best customers ever, and so many wonderful friends.  Thank you all for sharing this with me! 

              • reply Ginger Davis Allman ,

                Lynda is a huge inspiration and is truly the DIVA of perfectly finished, beautifully colored, and inspired faux treatments in polymer clay. I am eagerly awaiting this tutorial and can't wait to begin playing with it. I wish I had a fraction of her talent and her patience (her finishing is divine). Congratulations, my friend!

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