Perpetual polymer spring

Thissen on PCDaily

Eva Thissen’s Blue Bird earrings are part of her perpetual spring collection. They’re also perpetually puzzling. How can she work so impossibly small?

The earrings measure 2cm (3/4″) in diameter. Eva uses a needle to apply and texture very dainty and bright pieces of polymer.

Her new things on Etsy and Flickr make you feel that spring is just around the corner.

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  • reply Laetitia Veremme ,

    I love the Eva Thissen’s univers, it’s so cute and full of poetry. i find so much delicacy, there is something magical.

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