Taking polymer out on a limb

Tamara Shea’s “out-on-a-limb” polymer series hits a topical theme that we’ll consider more deeply next week. The season of hearts is upon us and I’ve been collecting polymer versions for your pleasure.

I’m struck by Tamara’s consistent quality and search for inspiration. All her Block Party Press polymer jewelery pieces are original designs from drawings turned into hand-carved stamps. She documents her daily inspirations on her blog and customers respond to her out-on-a-limb heartfelt art. Have a heartfelt weekend.

  • reply Dee Wilder ,

    Tamara has a unique talent. She is a fabulous artist whose work is completely original AND she produces affordable jewelry that her customers adore! Thank you for reminding us about her!

    • reply Liz Hall ,

      I love her work and her shop is a favorite of mine on Etsy. She has a wonderful sense of color and her pieces are fun and unique.

      • reply claire maunsell ,

        I’ve always been impressed by her amazing imagination. Her work is very refreshing and her shop inspired me to try Etsy myself. (Love acrylic on polymer…)

        • reply doreen kassel ,

          I love Tamara’s work. I second what Dee said! She’s so inventive & prolific, I love her Etsy shop!!

          • reply Ania Brandon ,

            Whimsical, well done, and wonderful!

            • reply leslie blackford ,

              I ran across her work a few days ago on and I was smitten right away. Such a fresh new look , really unique. I love it.

              • reply Tamara/blockpartypress ,

                Thanks so much Cynthia! Thanks for all the lovely comments too. I do believe I blushed as I read them! I’m so happy that I can share my art with people who can truly appreciate it! Thanks again.

                • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

                  Consistency is right! She has carved out a personal style that is instantly recognizable, yet refuses to grow stale. I always look forward to the next series. Intelligent, slyly fun, and sweet without the schmaltz–Tamara deserves every bit of her considerable success.

                  • reply Paula K ,

                    This is really striking. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work.

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