Shape-shifter polymer

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This pendant from Florence Minne-Khou (creationmyway) resembles the patriotic bunting that’s festooned around my neighborhood. It’s not likely that a U.S. holiday was her inspiration since Florence is French but still…

She swoops extruded flat ribbons of polymer from one side of a wire to the other, using holographic beads to hold everything in place and to add accent.

Shape-shifter designs have been jumping out at me (this one’s a year old) so we’ll declare that our theme. If you wander through her Pinterest page, you’ll see what speaks to Florence as she plays with shape. Admire more on Facebook.

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  • reply creationmyway ,

    Thank you very much for the article about my necklace. Coming from you, it’s always an honor!!! Sincerely Yours, Florence (aka creation my way).

    • reply cecile ,

      Bravo Florence, ce pendentif est superbe

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