Monday, November 30, 2009


In this colorful pendants by Pyglet Whispers, polymer clay works as a backing for the prints of her original pen and ink drawings. Without this wonderful material, making these pendants would have been much more difficult.

Sunday, November 29, 2009


I came across a new shop – with beautiful art pins depicting carousel horses, a zebra, and (in the near future, I hope) a unicorn. So far, there are only three works in this shop, and all of them are shown below. I cannot wait to see more!

Here is the shop address:

Saturday, November 28, 2009


Simple and delicate polymer clay flowers gathered into magnificent cascading blooms form these beautiful earrings from Lovely design, isn't it?

Friday, November 27, 2009


Polymer clay is a great material for buttons – colorful, durable, and easy to manipulate.

I found a few interesting and original button designs at, and these folded ones are my favorite.

Thursday, November 26, 2009


Happy Thanksgiving!

Here are three deliciously-looking miniature polymer clay turkeys from three different Etsy shops (from top to bottom):

Wednesday, November 25, 2009


These cute little polymer clay dragon pendants by were inspired by the works of Christi Friesen.

Christi's work and sculpting books are so popular that many polymer clay artists are influenced by her ideas.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009


These magical polymer clay jewelry creations are from My Ithilien on

(By the way, Ithilien is a fair and prosperous region of Gondor in Tolkien's fictional universe of Middle-earth.)

Monday, November 23, 2009


Although I love the original and eclectic jewelry made by this artist and was about to feature some of her jewelry pieces here, her writing tools are even more impressive. She makes notebook and pen sets with Japanese paper motifs (either transferred onto polymer clay or simply attached to a polymer clay base and protected by several layers of glaze). These sets would make wonderful, elegant, gifts. Find them at

Sunday, November 22, 2009


I will tell you right away that this jewelry is NOT made of polymer clay. However, I can easily see these beautiful designs in polymer clay, that is why I wanter to show them here.

Find more works by this amazing young leather artist at

Saturday, November 21, 2009


Although I enjoy knitting and crocheting, the world of hand-made art yarns is new to me. I have to admit that when I saw these pictures, I could not even say right away what these things are. I am glad to share my newly-gained knowledge with you: these are spindles! You can find them at

The polymer clay disks on them are called whorls, and they were custom made by Marcia from (who were already featured here on Polymer Clay Chameleon earlier this year).

Friday, November 20, 2009


Dede Leupold creates her kaleidoscope millefiori canes with unbelievable precision. Here are a few examples of her amazing designs. Head to Dede's shop to enjoy the original shapes and hand-made wire parts of her beautiful millefiori earrings.

Thursday, November 19, 2009


These incredible polymer clay dolls are all made by Sarah Niemela. In her Etsy shop,, Sarah offers beautiful cards and other items decorated with pictures of her dolls. Great idea, isn't it?

There are more pictures of Sarah's work on her web site and blog.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009


These little sweet polymer clay fairies are coming all the way from France. You can see them in St├ęphanie Ponsard Etsy shop, blog, and photo album.

Each fairy is only about 1” tall!

Tuesday, November 17, 2009


These fun and funky earrings are from Diane Ringel ( I hope you will enjoy browsing her web site and photo album to see how many creative uses she found for simple metal washers from a hardware store. I am especially fond of Diane's polymer clay earrings.

Monday, November 16, 2009


I want to show you these wonderful works by Eclisse Creazioni, even though I am not quite sure what clay she uses. They can be definitely done in polymer clay, and I love how delicate and elegant these image transfer designs are.

Sunday, November 15, 2009


At, you can get a custom-made polymer clay ornament hand-sculpted from a picture of your favorite pet. Christina's creations are skillfully sculpted, full of character, and simply adorable.

Saturday, November 14, 2009


These beautiful polymer clay pendants in Julie Picarello's Imprinted Mokume Gane technique are from Lovely designs and great color combinations.

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