Brydova on PCDaily

Monika Brydova of Czech Republic imagines spring flowers just about to bloom in polymer. They resemble our snowdrops.

Four slim petals are textured on the inside with brighter colors on the outside. They’re joined at the top and wrapped with what looks like wire but it’s polymer too. Nestled inside the petals a yellow stamen adds contrast.

Brydova on PCDaily

She shows them made into necklaces on her Facebook page. See more of Monika’s garden of earrings on Flickr, on her shop site and about her here.

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  • reply Barb Lessen ,

    Lovely work. Loved the necklace on facebook!!

    • reply Andrea Victoria Paradiso ,

      I love snowdrops and these are a beautiful PC take on them. How lovely! they look frosty and icy…made for a Snow Queen’s early morning stroll thru the woods, on a soft, sunlit Winter day. I can see these with a simple pair of jeans, a pewter/silver vest, and a long, long blue suede coat. Love all your items on Flickr as well. Congratulations, Monica, for being featured on PCD!

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