Liptakova on PCDaily

Dancing Flowers is an appropriate name for this bunch of polymer flowers by Zuzana Liptakova of Slovakia. She mixes delicately edged translucent petal cane slices with crystals, metal chain, beads and findings, draping them with style.

To make them into earrings, Zuzana hangs small glitzy jewels on chain from the center of a circle of petals. The colors are perfect for spring with just a bit of what looks like embossing powder worked in for interest.

She’s been working in clay since 2010 and has already attended an impressive list of master classes. With her spring flowers you can see how Zuzana is finding her own distinct style that you can discover in her Sashe gallery, on Flickr and Facebook.

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  • reply Natalja Ivankova ,

    Krasne! Blahozelam!!!

    • reply Sandra D. ,

      Incredible work. The colors the stale is amazing.

      • reply Kristie Foss ,

        What simply beautiful work! I’m intrigued at her use of canes within her floral designs, and some of her color combinations are amazing.

        • reply iren ,

          Beautiful work, congratulations on the future! And the name “Dancing flowers” – so pretty:) <3

          • reply Ginger Davis Allman ,

            Aren’t these wonderful? I just love the colors. Zuzana has a great eye and these are particularly inspiring.

            • reply Georgie Galante ,

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              Beautiful.

              • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

                Absolutely blown away by the attention to detail and the careful selection of the color pallet used here! This is a true work of art:)

                • reply Zuzu ,

                  Thank you Cynthia so so much! Your post made my day 🙂

                  • reply Dede Leupold ,

                    These little flowers are beautiful! Like tiny stained glass lamps!

                    • reply Debbie Crothers ,

                      Wow what incredible flowers – absolutely love them.

                      • reply Susan Leach ,

                        This is just beautiful. It made me smile as soon as the image appeared. Wonderful work.

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