Friday, 2 July 2010

Polymer Play Days - Nottingham - June 2010 - using the techniques at home

Here are some things I have made at home this week after learning some techniques from Donna Kato and Lindly Haunani at Polymer Play Days.

I had another go at a spinner ring and was a bit heavy handed and broke the shank - luckily Donna had taught us a lot about mending so I fixed it! It isn't perfect but I know what I need to do to make the next one better. This one is a more practical size than my first and I think if I could make it stick out a bit less (I have a idea how to do that) I would actually wear it. I am getting bold in my jewellery these days!

Side view of spinner ring

front view of spinner ring
 I finished off my bubbles sheets that I started in Lindly's class and made some things from it. A coaster - a trial for a coaster swap I am taking part in on PCC and a Bam bam bracelet. I will definitely put beads between the 2 parts of my next bam bam bracelet (I think I said that last time too - I need someone to remind me - Toni where are you when I need you?)
bubbles coaster

bubbles bam bam bracelet
I have a million ideas in my head of things I would like to make and things I want to try with polymer clay - I just need more hours in the day!

Hope you all have a fantastic weekend


  1. ...where am i??? at home missing you!! Wow!! blown away by how quickly and professionally you have absorbed these new techniques.

  2. Wowowow. I LOVE those bubble sheet things. Gorgeous. How lucky you are to have taken classes from two of the most talented clayers out there.

    Have fun with all those ideas crowding your head. :)


  3. Great - I love the bangle using the lovely bubbles! I'm in the middle of making a new ring now - I wasn't bold enough in the class!!