Simply loopy polymer

Blackburn bangles on PolymerClayDaily.com

Ever since I took a class with Carol Blackburn in Santa Fe, I’ve had an art crush on her impossibly fastidious patterns and the way she makes it all so simple.

Carol will teach some of her clever tricks at a 3-day Purses, Bangles and Beads workshop at Galerie Freisleben in Germany in June. What a dream that would be!

In the meanwhile Carol keeps coming up with more head-slapping designs like this Loopy Links necklace. Of course these softly blended oval shapes would fit into each other.

Blackburn's Loopy Necklace on PolymerClayDaily

Why didn’t we think of that? Spring is a great time to let your own loopy ideas take shape.

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  • reply Carol Blackburn ,

    Wooooo hooooo! What a super lovely surprise to be featured on Polymer Clay Daily. It’s such an honour. Many thanks, Cynthia. xxx

    • reply ilsy ,

      Great use of colors!

      • reply Laura Lang ,

        Both pieces are so much fun! Oh, how I wish I was attending her class.

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