Floating bullseyes

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Black and white bullseye bubbles float in imitative wood polymer to create lightweight earrings that have a retro, vaguely scientific and quirky appeal.

They’re from Virginia’s Liz Hall (lizardsjewelry) whose gem-like mosaic and silver bangles and brooches are well known.

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“My work combines precious metals, polymer clay, stones, plastics, glass or whatever shiny object catches my eye,” says Liz.

She ventures into non-jewelry items as well. Here’s a polymer-covered flask from her Etsy site. See all of her signature moves on Facebook and Pinterest. Don’t you love the way she embeds ball chain in polymer for an eye-catching detail?

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  • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

    Sigh, I have always loved her work. So clean, artful and innovative. Great post Cynthia….

    • reply Laurie ,

      I would LOVE to see her publish a tutorial for her faux wood! she does some of the most beautiful I have ever seen! Would love to buy that from her!!

      • reply Liz Hall ,

        Thank you so much Cynthia for featuring my work, it’s always a thrill and honor! And Laurie, if I can get my act together would be more then happy to do a faux wood tutorial, it’s one of my demo’s I always do at our studio tour, fun and easy!

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