This week’s desk shows I’m back to polymer clay creating.

Click on the photo to see all the messy details close up.  I really do need a bigger table.


In anticipation of the fourth book in the Tiger’s Curse series I’ve been making blue-eyed white tiger jewelry.  I’ve also been memorizing William Blake’s poem “The Tiger,” just cuz I like it.  🙂


These are all prototypes; some may go in my Etsy shop soon, but right now I’m just trying to develop a good pendant design.  I think the rectangular one is my favorite, but it still needs something.  Any preferences?  Thoughts?  Ideas?

The flower was made just for kicks, I bought the mold weeks ago and have been wanting to try it.  Playing with Skinner blends is fun.

I’ve also been considering using photo transfers to make custom photo jewelry.  You could have pics of children, grandchildren, family pets or special places.  What do you think?

Of course, I still need to work up a nice base design.  Off to go create…

Happy What’s on Your Workdesk Wednesday!

P.S. Btw, the other books are Tiger’s Quest (Book 2), Tiger’s Voyage (Book 3) and Tiger’s Destiny (Book 4, out on September 4th.) You can also go for it, save a little money and get all four in a set – The Tiger’s Curse Saga. Happy reading!

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11 thoughts on “WOYWW – Polymer Clay Blue-Eyed White Tigers

  1. Are you having fun with the tiger theme or what?? As far as frames, I agree with you on the rectangle. But that flower just jumps out at you! I love it, which is interesting because I don’t usually care for orange.

    1. Yes, I’m probably more obsessed with the Tiger’s Curse stories than I oughta be, but, there you have it.

      Funny thing about the orange, it always been at the bottom of my “liked colors” list, but now it’s growing on me. Are we brainwashed by Pantone, or what?

    2. I think it’s that particular gradated shade of orange, from yellow to pumpkin-colored. Maybe it makes me think of fall.

  2. I don’t think they make a big enough desk as I would just fill it up too! lol My favorite is the rectangle too, plus I like the bamboo to go along with the white tiger, looks real good! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina 🙂

    1. You are probably right, Sandee, it wouldn’t matter what size desk I had, it would be filled up.

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  3. Well, the Tiger theme is certainly workings for you, love these so called starter pieces. And the poem….one of my faves since forever.

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