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Small landscapes from Siberia's Yuliya Zharova on PolymerClayDaily.com

The simple and striking pendants by Siberia’s Yuliya Zharova (WildOnionArt) show knowledge of stark winter and spring scenes. It’s challenging to effectively show so much with a limited palette and in the small spaces that pendants and earrings allow.

Yuliya was brought to your attention by Missouri’s Heidi McCullough who creates simple wildlife ornaments of her own. When an artist strikes a chord with you, it’s great to share them with PCD. Thanks, Heidi.

Leaf collections

Lisa Rapp rakes up inspiration from leaves on PolymerClayDaily.com

Philadelphia’s Lisa Rapp is probably out collecting leaves. She presses leaves into flat sheets of polymer, then embellishes the imprints with inks and paints. She shapes the results into small dishes and adds wire and a few beads as the spirit moves her.

See more of Lisa’s fall creations on Etsy and Flickr. Bring a touch of nature to your coffee table.

Polymer fireflies

Terlizzi's fireflies on PolymerClayDaily.com

Are there fireflies in your yard this summer? Melissa Terlizzi offers a great class in making your own lightning bugs for beginners to experts with her CraftArtEdu online class. Here’s the rundown of CraftArtEdu’s newest classes.

Melissa turns a simple cane, wire for legs and an LED light into a delightful summer project that becomes a cute zipper pull or decoration.

Terlizzi's fireflies light up on PolymerClayDaily

She loves to reinterpret nature’s creatures in polymer as you will see on Facebook and Flickr. Here’s a good project to engage the nature lovers in your life.

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