Warrior women

Maryanne Loveless makes warrior women on PolymerClayDaily.com

Utah’s Maryanne Loveless suits up her polymer power women in armor and gives them superpowers (magnets).

She calls them the Hang On girls with their articulated arms and legs. 

Maryanne Loveless makes warrior women on PolymerClayDaily.com

“Sometimes the best we can do is armor up and hang on,” says Maryanne. These make great reminders to stick on your fridge. They shout, “You can do it!”

Here she is on Etsy.

Last minute creations

Kathy Koontz' handy magnetic and easy vases for last-minute gifts on PolymerClayDaily.com

South Carolina’s Kathy Koontz (Flowertown_Originals) reminds us that there’s still time to make a gift or two like these small magnetic vases that would look so pretty on a fridge or a wall.

“The leaf imprint was done by pressing some leaves from my lantana bush into the clay before curing and then highlighting the design with white paint. Simple and minimalist,” she says.

Kathy offers polymer covered seam rippers, crochet hooks, and buttons among the items on her Etsy shop.

It’s faster (and more fun) to create something at home than it is to get caught up in the holiday shopping crowds.