The nudge to improve

Stefano on PCDaily

These mokume gane polymer earrings from Massachusetts’ Liz Hinckley Stefano caught my eye. The colors and patterns come together for a gorgeous mix of retro and modern.

Liz is off to a stellar start making weekly earrings throughout 2017 for the PCClayChallenge organized by Katie Oskin.

It’s not too late to jump on board. Commit to make whatever shape or form strikes your fancy and create as often as you can handle.

Read Cate van Alphen’s post about how she finished 18 of 52 vessels she intended to complete in a 2016 group. She felt she succeeded on a variety of levels. See why.

You’ll find a few more links to Liz on Pinterest and her site. This isn’t the first time she has risen to a challenge! If group activities energize you and commitments nudge you to improve, join one.

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  • reply Liz Stefano ,

    Thanks Cynthia for the shout out !! Am gobsmacked !! Katie Oskin’s challenge is a great way to improve. HAPPY NEW YEAR !

    • reply Wendy Malinow ,

      Love this idea.. Have done a few art challenges (drawing/paint) on Instagram and they sparked a lot of new direction for me… Have to
      Do this! Problem: deciding on what object/tech… Hmmm…. Thanks for the post and link Cynthia! Happy New Year!

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