Cepelikova on PCDaily

Prague’s Pavla Cepelikova gathered samples of her polymer mosaic lentil beads into one long strand of color and pattern. She sells a tutorial that shows simple step-by-step instructions.

This technique was first taught by Amelia Helm in the 90’s. I took Amelia’s class back then and am happy to have updated lessons based on today’s polymer formulations, inks and materials.┬áPavla’s been refining her methods for quite some time (PCD featured her early mosaics a year ago). Follow along with her work on Facebook and on Flickr as well.

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  • reply Candice Bishop ,

    Wow! The details in those are amazing! I bet they take forever to do!

    • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

      I adore Pavla’s work–her innovative batik method had me scratching my head too! Her sense of color and design makes her a force to be reckoned with. Can’t wait to see what she comes up with next.

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