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Autumn colors are appearing on your sites this month. Orange is becoming your new black. Here are a few examples for you to enjoy.

Beads from Klio Tsaliki (love the end caps), obelisk shapes from Sonya, Mari O’Dell’s extruded blossoms, and Ceilie Fago’s signature bangle that jangles with metal rings. There’s a nifty Easy Sculpture free tutorial tucked into Sonya’s pages. Will you be mixing up some fall colors this weekend?

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  • reply Debbie Crothers ,

    Sensational pieces today. Not quite Autumn here in OZ but still loving that orange theme.

    • reply lennochka ,

      beads in the left corner of the refund and bracelet – they are amazing!

      • reply Luann Udell ,

        I SHOULD be packing–we close on our home of 26 years next Wednesday, and we think the containers we’re using won’t hold every I want to take. BUT I stopped to take a piece at these pieces by these four artists, and WOW!!!! I LOVE them! They complement each other so beautifully, yet reflect the distinct vision of each artist. Even in the midst of chaos, it’s so healing to have a tiny reminder that someday I will be making stuff again. Thank you, Cynthia, for keeping the creative spark lit, every single day. Celie, LOVE that bracelet!

        • reply Celie fago ,

          I caught my first glimpse of autumn orange on one of our maples, just yesterday ; so brilliant!
          Thanks for the mention, Cynthia!
          Thank you, too, Luann.
          Celie

          • reply Barb Lessen ,

            New black is fascinating!

            • reply Sonya's Polymer Creations ,

              Thank you, Cynthia! What an honour to discover my earrings amongst the lovely creations of Klio, Marie and Ceilie!

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