On the road polymer

Kim Arden creates smiles and pendants on the road on PolymerClayDaily.com

Let’s keep the smiles going with these hot, bright colors from Ohio’s Kimberley Arden.

“Every single one of the canes used on these pendants was made while we were at our camper this past week! I am absolutely in LOVE with the bright colors and can’t wait to finish them! They are so happy!” she says.

She’s on the road all summer and I just figured out that her “Dashboard Studio” is called that because she shoots photos on the dashboard of her vehicle.

The new fabric panels Kim sewed to match her jewelry give her booth a very cohesive and put-together look. In her bright booth, she always has a smile on her face and it’s infectious.

Join her on the road on Facebook and her site.

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  • reply Sharene SUE Screws ,

    I understand wanting to claim Kimberly as a fellow Buckeye, but she actually is from, has a (fabulously decorated) residence in Michigan.
    She used to entertain the MDPAG (Metro Detroit Polymer Art Guild) during retreat with her equally fabulous voice.
    I can’t think of her without it bringing a smile to my face, warmth to my heart.

    Sharene SUE Screws,
    Member of MDPAG
    Fan of Kimberly Arden ???

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