Wrap it up polymer

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We wrap up the week by moving from folding to wrapping with this Striped Cage Pin from Maine’s Bonnie Bishoff. Strips of polymer patterns wind and swirl around each other to form a vortex.

This new work for the April CraftBoston and other new pieces on her revamped website show the direction that Bonnie is moving with her jewelry. Of course you’ll want to check out her furniture inlays as well. Bonnie’s also on Facebook here.

Muir’s free tutorial

Sculpey has revamped their company website too. The new site includes a gem of a free tutorial from Melanie Muir. In just a few steps she shows some signature tricks for her distinctively framed mokume gane.

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