Polymer ornaments for a cause

Cat Szetu's lightweight and fun tree ornaments on PolymerClayDaily.com

These clever tab and slot polymer ornaments by Connecticut’s Cat Szetu are intended for a December 7-15 tree decoration competition at the Ronald McDonald House Tree of Hope in New Haven.

Cat Szetu's lightweight and fun tree ornaments on PolymerClayDaily.com

The Southern Connecticut Polymer Clay Guild has moved into high gear to blanket their tree with polymer ornaments. You’ll find other ornaments for the guild’s tree on their FB page

Cat keeps a low profile and you can see more of her on Flickr.

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  • reply Carole Monahan ,

    Thanks so much for the share! This is the 4 year the guild is doing The Trees of Hope. Last year the event had 165 displays to bid on via 1$ raffle tickets and they raised 65 thousand dollars.

    • reply Deborah E Goodrow ,

      Cat consistantly produces the most lovely and well constructed bits of art. I can only aspire to produce that kind of quality. The guild happily embraces both beginners and experts, and regularly participates in a group effort like the Trees of Hope. It’s really a great guild.

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