|Marcia Palmer||Iris Mishly||Tamara Shea|
|Liz Hall||Sophie Dowse||Laurel Steven|
Polymer clay hearts abound…and not just your run-of-the-mill cookie cutter variety. You’ll find cosmic, ethnic and anatomically correct versions to get you in the mood. I’ll sprinkle a few of my favorites in over the next few weeks though I can’t possibly cover them all.
Iris Mishly ,
Thank you so much Cynthia!
i am in love with hearts 😉
Christine Dumont ,
I LOVE Hearts of any kind. This was delightful to see them all here today. Wonderful, Wonderful PC artists.
Laurel Steven ,
Wow! Thanks so much for including me, Cynthia! Sometimes I feel like “Hearts R Us” – I make so many of them! But only because I love them….
Aww! The the hearts are sweet, and so are you. But I guess you hear that all the time. I’m looking forward to seeing more hearts over the next few weeks. Thanks!
Alisa R. ,
Is it too cliche` to say they’re LOVEly? Heart shapes are a favorite all year long for me. I’ll be anxious to see more of your discoveries!
Liz Hall ,
Thank you so much for including my heart ring – I always had a hard time making hearts, but had requests for them all the time. I didn’t start enjoying making them until I started working in polymer clay, now I can’t make enough of them, I love what I can do with the PC, makes it fun!
I really enjoy seeing all the other hearts, what beauties and very inspirational! Can’t wait to see more.
Lynda Moseley ,
Look at all those PCAGOE Guild members! I love it! Amazing talents on display, thank you so much for featuring them, Cynthia. Awesome hearts!
Sabine Spiesser ,
What a lovely collection of hearts. The heart shape, even the cookie cutter variety is a great one to showcase what an artist is capable of. It’s also a great way to record a new technique and share it with others. Quirky, serious, seductive, technically brilliant …….so many possibilities with one shape.
I’m happy to see all the hearts. there are beautiful and had their own personality.