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March 28, 2010


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what an amazing jewelry's
great style :)

Hi Alex,

Try this website. It's a resource for artists like you who create polymer clay jewelry. http://www.pcpolyzine.com/

Hi Alex,

Why don't you do a 'lijit' search on 'polymer clay' here on the Wearable Art Blog (top of the right hand column on the home page). I've featured many artists who you might contact. They could be great sources for you. Elise Winters is one person. Ford & Forlano might be another. But there are many others who work with polymer clay.

What is the best polymer clay or one that you recommend using for bead jewelry? where can I buy at good price and amount? thank you.

Yes - these are very cool! I am into all things out of the ordinary.

Glad that you like these pieces! Thanks for posting them to your polymer clay group. I think they're pretty unusual and inspirational.

I like your style!

Oh I like these - they're very unusual. Thanks for sharing them - I posted this entry to a polymer clay group I belong to too :)

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