Bohmer on PCDaily

These Weathered Polymer Bicones from Germany’s Margit Bohmer are faceted then colored in a way that makes them look like stained glass.

The colored facets are a new twist in Margit’s signature rainbow palette. She’s also added the weathering that she learned in a Staci Louise tutorial.

More and more we see techniques mutating across boundaries. You can be proud to be part of such a sharing community.

Here’s Margit’s Etsy shop.

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  • reply Margit Böhmer ,

    Thank you so much Cynthia, for showing my new beads, XoXo, Margit

    • reply Nikolina ,

      aboslutely love Margit’s beads!

      • reply staci L. smith ,

        Margrit- I love the crackle over top of your already cool technique!!! Thanks for sharing them!

        • reply ali ,

          Those beads are very beautiful. I love the texture of the facets and the weathering. Great find, Cynthia 🙂

          • reply Ronna Sarvas Weltman ,

            Margit is one of my favorite artists. It has been such a delight to watch the evolution of her strong and distinctive voice. Her use of color is so inspired that it sometimes makes me gasp. I love when art makes me gasp.

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