One-of-a-kind polymer


Sophie Arzalier (Cristalline) starts her holiday decorating with polymer that hints of enamels. The poinsettia petals and backgrounds are made with subtle blends that make them glow.

Sophie takes advantage of one sure-fire palette and combines the components in ways that make them each one-of-a-kind.

She shares her methods on her blog, on Facebook, and in her Etsy shop.

Home run

I’m hugging my computer and blessing my studio now that we’re home after too long on the road (extra time for ice). Now to sort the mail, take care of the dangling loose ends and retrieve the balls I dropped. Thank you for hanging in there with me.

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