White-on-white polymer

Guertel on PCDaily

Ease into your week with these lovely white-on-white beads from the UK’s Angela Guertel. She makes a plain white hollow bead base and adds slices of white shapes for interest. The shine on the slices adds an additional subtle note of contrast.

Angela says she uses small cutters to make her shapes. Extruded shapes would also work well for this understated, sophisticated look.

You’ll find Angela on Facebook and on the IPCA group page. She posted about going to Georg Dinkel’s EuroSynergy session so I hopped over there.

Wow! Have you seen the photos on the EuroSynergy page lately (more here on FB)? Stunning. There’s still time to sign up! I’ll be there to help you envision your future in polymer.

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  • reply Sandra D. ,

    THIS WORK LOOKS LIKE GLASS BEADS. AMAZING WORKS

    • reply Carol Blackburn ,

      Always good to see a London Polymer Clay Group member featured on PCD. Well done, Angela and thanks Cynthia for posting her stunning necklace.

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