Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Turning the Spotlight on PCAGOE

It is a gorgeous Carolina Summer day here in the lowcountry. It's hot, but not too humid for a change.

This week, I thought I would feature a few of my fellow polymer clay artisans frm PCAGOE, since I have featured TeamSC members for two weeks straight.

My friend Lynn uses polymer clay to make cake toppers and keepsake figurines. Lynn has been working with polymer clay for more than 12 years. She started out creating polymer clay figurines for family and says that with their encouragement, she decided to turn her hobby into a business. We're so glad she did! Aren't they just the sweetest things?

Lynn also creates personalized candy wrappers, unique gift pails, boxes and other collectibles, and she would love to turn a cherished photo into a one-of-a-kind keepsake for you. See more of Lynn's work at www.lynnslittlecreations.etsy.com.


My friend Sally Sotelo loves working with polymer clay and loves designing and creating innovative and unique jewelry. She says she is on a creative journey and just trying to answer the call to the voice inside of her that drives her to create. She calls this stunning piece "Crazy Green Leaf Necklace", and it is my favorite of her jewelry designs. Isn't it beautiful?

Sally also makes these gorgeous hollow lentil beads from polymer clay. I love the colors in these, don't you? You can see more of Sally's work at her etsy shop at www.silvergate.etsy.com; and also in my blog archive. She traded beads with me a couple of months ago, and the necklace I made with her beads is featured in the Collaborations thread.

2 comments:

Sally Sotelo said...

Thanks so much Linda for featuring me on your blog! Your a doll! Love your blog by the way and I've linked it to my favorites.
Sally

CalicoDaisy said...

It's really amazing what one can do with the polymer clay. Love the dogs!