Sep 032013
 

Happy What’s on Your Workdesk Wednesday, all!  For your perusal I present today’s desk, full up with polymer clay.  Yeah, it’s kinda crowded. I seriously need a bigger desk.

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This past week I’ve been working on my piece from the Voila polymer clay art class, Ways to Wow.

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You can see here that I decided to go with a dragon, rather than a mermaid.  There are still many details to finish, but so far I think it’s really cute and happy.

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The book in the upper right of my desk is Christi Friesen’s Flourish.  It was months ago that I bought it, but I’m finally working through all the different ideas she has in there.

The beads in the above photo are for a water lily necklace.  Dunno that I’ll ever make it, much less wear it, but going through Christi’s step-by-steps is always instructive. 🙂

So, that’s what’s in my workdesk this Wednesday.  If you have a little time and are in need of creative inspiration, be sure to check out lots of other desks over at Julia’s.

Happy creating!

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  19 Responses to “WOYWW – Polymer Clay Flourish”

Comments (19)
  1. Your clay work is just stunning. Happy crafting #1

  2. Such detail in all those little tiny parts and love the dragon hugs Nikki #4

  3. I love those clay lily pads. Such attention to detail.

    Happy WOYWW from #2.

  4. Oh wow Christi your clay work is wonderful and I love waterlilies so it’s a winner to me – beautiful. Cheers RobynO#19

  5. Wonderful dragon and bowl you have created there, the colours are brilliant indeed! Happy WOYWW Annette #32

  6. WOW! WOW is a great name for it indeed – it’s amazing what YOU can do with some poly clay – it’s wonderful. Love the scroll shapes that make up the bowl..and your skillat the modelling..my word. And I don’t think your desk is too small at all. I’d say it was perfecto!

  7. Wow! These clay creations are getting sooo good! The dragon looks as if he might actually breathe fire any minute! Have a great week. I can’t wait to see what you create next! Julie Ann x #34

  8. That pond with the fish and dragon is stunning – well done. Like the lily pad pieces – will be good to see it all put together.
    Have a great week.
    Margaret #50

  9. I think the dragon is perfect, you must have the patience of a saint to do all that polymer work. It looks fantastic.

    Happy WOYWW
    Eliza & Yoda

    • There’s patience with people and there’s patience with things, which I’ve found are completely different accomplishments. Thank you though!

  10. OMGoodness – totally stunning… I’m blown away !!! 🙂

    HAPPY WOYWW 222

    IKE in Greece #67 xxxxx

  11. So much clay! So many wonderful things to look at! That dragon is fabulous! How fun. I hate to be the one to break it to you but if you had a bigger desk, it would be just as crowded. Desks tend to do that.

  12. The bowl is absolutely awesome … Love the cute little dragon. You do such astonishing things with polymer clay, amazing. Suzanne
    #59

  13. Wow… your creations are awesome! Love your neat work space. n:)

  14. Your dragons are the cutest thing ever. I’m glad I got Miss Fine Feathers when I did–feel like I got an early prototype of a classic.

  15. These are brilliant! Love the dragon! Very late woyww!!
    ((Lyn))

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