Saturday, October 31, 2009


Here are some original polymer clay wall clocks from to remind you about changing the clocks tomorrow.

We all gonna get an extra hour!

Friday, October 30, 2009


Rafa Maya is an artist from Barcelona, who uses polymer clay in his Steampunk creations only occasionally. The three pictures below are the only works I found, in which he included polymer clay, but the results are simply amazing. Surprisingly, his main medium is cardboard, assembled in fascinating designs and painted to look as metal.

You can see Rafa's works in his Etsy shop and blog.

Thursday, October 29, 2009


Anything and everything can be made out of polymer clay, and the only limitation is your own imagination.

I found a few examples to prove this statement in Shrek ears and wearable horns of any shape and color are in abundance before Halloween.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009


These fun modern designs combining silver and polymer clay are from Ashley Akers' shop.

Ashley has a BFA degree in jewelry and metal smithing. She works in a plant shop and has a great passion for plants and outdoors.

Find out more about Ashley and her works through her blog and web site.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009


If you are a fan of Gothic, femme fatale, and macabre – visit for a trip to the dark side.

There is more at

Monday, October 26, 2009


100% of the money earned by Steph Hanson from her Etsy shop goes towards helping the rescued horses at Dreamchaser Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation.

Great cause and beautiful creations!

Sunday, October 25, 2009


Betty Jo Hendershott and her daughter Heather love polymer clay, because it "is a wonderful medium, it can be combined with almost anything to make delightful one of a kind jewelry". Here are a few of their works combining polymer clay with colored wire.

Find more of their works on Etsy, in their blog, and on Flickr.

Saturday, October 24, 2009


I want to show you these wonderful fantasy dolls by Rosa Grueso, a polymer clay artist from Barcelona, Spain. She says: "...this art form (doll-making) offers me creativity with endless options to explore".

You can see more works by Rosa at, as well as at her web site and blog.

Friday, October 23, 2009


These elegant switch plates are perfect examples of the popular image transfer onto polymer clay technique. Find them at

Thursday, October 22, 2009


These cute little pendants based on fairy tales are from Wear a Tale series by Red Fenyx. Lovely concept and wonderful execution!
There are more pictures of this Italian's artist works in her blog and photo album.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009


Gail Krenecki's Neckies are polar fleece neck-warmers with handmade polymer clay buttons. Simple designs adorned by colorful polymer clay buttons, they look great and come in many color combinations. I love Cail's description of polymer clay: "Hue haven". I think it is applicable to her little cozy scarfs as well.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009


I found some funny fat cats this morning. These are polymer clay creations by Susan Wrisley (Arts & Cats). With only a handful of basic forms, Susan masterfully creates endless designs by altering her cat's colors and accessories.
More cats are at and

Monday, October 19, 2009


For some reason, I do not often see polymer clay mirrors and picture frames on Etsy, although this material is great for making them. Here are some beautiful examples from

Sunday, October 18, 2009


Believe it or not, but this polymer clay, too!

Aleah Klay sculpts these Lil Buggers using polymer clay and viscose fiber. Each miniature sculpture is just an inch or two in size!

Find these amazing creatures at

Saturday, October 17, 2009


In the ever-so-popular world of polymer clay wedding cake toppers, it is probably quite difficult to come up with something distinguishably different, yet Kelley Opperud manages to do just that. Find these and other works by Kelley in her Etsy shop,

Friday, October 16, 2009


Betty Abbott bought a copy of my Encyclopedia of Polymer Clay Leaves and e-mailed me to tell about her plans of using my caning techniques for her sculptures. Betty has been sculpting in polymer clay for just over 3 years, and she makes amazing faeries, mermaids, and other fantasy creatures. I cannot wait to see how she is going to work the leaf-cane techniques into the fins and tail of her next mermaid, and I am sure it is going to be something special.

You can see more works by Betty at her web site,

Thursday, October 15, 2009


Noelia Contreras makes amazing mica shift designs – with clean and sharp lines that are quite tricky to achieve with this technique. Her new striped designs demonstrate the same wonderful mastership. Find her works at and

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