Polymer in the woods

Chandler on PCDaily

The UK’s Pippa Chandler has been spending some time in her woods too. While she likes to try lots of techniques and images, somehow she circles back to leaves.

Chandler on PCDaily

Nature provides the source material that Pippa enhances with color and texture. Here she’s used winged seed pods and elderberry buds as her starting point, making molds then using the molds to make pendants. She’s painted the results, sanding and buffing them for a distressed and loved look.

You’ll find lots more examples on her Flickr site and on Facebook.

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  • reply Sandra DeYoung Niese ,

    I love how colorful these are!

    • reply Pippa ,

      What a wonderful surprise, I wondered why my Flickr site was getting so much traffic!! Thank you so much for sharing my work here Cynthia, I am floating about on cloud 9!!
      If anyone would like to see my most up to day work, may I direct them to my Page on Facebook rather than my personal profile, the link is https://www.facebook.com/pipsjewellery?ref=hl

      thank you again. Pippa x

      • reply Erin Prais-Hintz ,

        I love Miss Pippa’s work! I just received a package this month with some pretty little pendants and charms. She is a delightful person with a great sense of color and whimsy! Enjoy the day. Erin

        • reply Becky ,

          Love her work! Polymer leaves are my favorite thing to make.

          • reply Candice Bishop ,

            Those are so cute!

            • reply Silvana Bates ,

              These are wonderful. Love their perfect simplicity and colours!

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