Polymer phone home

Blackford on PCDaily

A snake crawls through Leslie Blackford’s polymer woodland scene and bird peeks out of one of the tree stumps. Moss creeps onto the rocks. The creatures are waiting for something.

This small pastoral scene provides a perfect setting for a cell phone!

Leslie worked out the structure (it’s 4″ x 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″) so that a phone balances perfectly against the trees. Now your phone which used to get laid down and lost has a stand that makes it easy to find.

Blackford on PCDaily

She devised a Candyland scene and other themes for her phone cradle sculptures. Making polymer art that doubles as a useful household item is a trick that Leslie does with style.

Read about the L’Atelier: Polymer Clay Workshop that Leslie and friends are setting up from June 1-3 at the French Lick Resort in Indiana. Registration opens February 24.

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  • reply Andrea Victoria Paradiso ,

    Very wonderful sculpt, Leslie! Just my sort of thing, as my “thing” is whimsical sculpts. I would love to see many more variations on this. I love the realistic feel here…the snake is especially well executed. Congratulations for being featured and have a wonderful time with your Workshop!

    • reply Francie Owens ,

      I love it Leslie! How very clever and fun!

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