Polymer finishing touches

Sila and Armstrong on PCDaily

Ponsawan Sila and Lee Ann Armstrong collaborated to make these bold amoeba-like earrings.

Ponsawan gave the drops their blingy pop by using Speedball Caligraphy Ink. She outlined the cane designs and spattered the background with blasts of bright gold. The Facebook crowd erupted in a flurry of comments and questions and Ponsawan shared what she’d done to add the perfect finishing touch.

Here’s Ponsawan’s home site and here’s Lee Ann’s place. Lee Ann has developed her own special tools. Take a look at her Simple Slicer.

Dan Cormier and Tracy Holmes end the Back To School sale of their ebooks (and a couple of other juicy promotions) at the end of today.

Don’t you love starting the week with tricks and deals?

  • reply Merrie ,

    do you have a link to Ponsawan’s facebook page?


    • reply Ponsawan Sila ,

      • reply Tracy + Dan ,

        • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

          Oh, WOW! Those are so boldly awesome!! Love how the colors play off each other;) Lovely work!

          • reply Beverly C. ,

            I bought Lee Ann’s Simple Slicer and Professional Peeler several weeks ago and couldn’t be more pleased! It works great! Even egghead engineer/machinist husband who can build weird thingies and devices for me thinks that it is an efficient and very cost-effective solution for cutting even slices of cane.

            • reply Barb Lessen ,

              Love-Love-Love earrings. Facebook is great also!!

              • reply Sandra D. ,

                Her work is beautiful colorful and look reach.

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