Fairy tale polymer

Julie Eakes has returned to her fairy tale canes, taking slices from her Beauty and the Beast and Red Riding Hood canes and making them into cylindrical pendants with polymer end caps.

Tiles with reminders about the stories hang from the bottom of each bead saying, “Beauty comes from within”,”Sweetest tongue has sharpest tooth” and “Wolves lurk in every guise.”

“I managed to get a cane slice to wrap around completely, working the tree and the bushes together to hide the seam which really looks cool up close,” says Julie.

See these and more of her recent cane portraits and elaborate frames on her site.

  • reply Nevenka Sabo ,

    Wow! Wonderful.

    • reply Mary Anne Loveless ,

      Julie Eakes is my hero! Wow. Wow. Wow.

      • reply Nikolina Otrzan ,

        Julie’s work is amazing. How can one buy a piece of that magic?

        • reply Alice Stroppel ,

          Fabulous Julie, you’re the Queen!

          • reply Monique U. (A Half-Baked Notion) ,

            I have admired Julie’s work since long before I knew what to do with PC. Her creations still take my breath away!

            • reply Meisha ,

              The intricacy, the detail and the subtle shading of the Beauty and the Beast cane, just blow me away. Julie is amazingly skilled at cane building. Wow…Wow and Wow!

              • reply Cassy Muronaka ,

                Cane-making: first and last love with polymer clay. Julie’s work is spectacular.

                • reply suzanne ,

                  breath taking, amazing, wonderful! she is the greatest!

                  • reply Sandra D. ,

                    I will like to take a class with Julie Eakes. I will send her my email.

                    • reply Tamara ,

                      These are absolutely breath taking!

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