Elves and fairies

It’s that time of year when we begin to believe in elves and fairies. Perhaps there are such creatures blooming in the early spring forests.

Katherine Dewey can make you a believer. Her fantastic archive of polymer sculptures is a pleasure to look at.

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French Style

Some day I’d like to be able to wear a scarf like the women in Paris….casually thrown and oh, so elegant. To me, this pin is unmistakeably French.

Magali Thiébaud has combined simple findings, ribbons and polymer squares in a very young, fresh, very French way.

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Heart and Soul

All the store merchandise tells us that we’re approaching Valentine’s Day. If you’re in the mood to get your valentines ready, here’s a simple heart from Diane Villano. You can even find a “how-to” on the Polymer Cafe site. Sometimes simple is best.

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