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Polymer Artichoke pendants by Eva Ehmeier, aka Hoedlgut. Love the colors, and unique texture.

Polymer Artichoke pendants by Eva Ehmeier, aka Hoedlgut. Love the colors, and unique texture.

Artichoke Ball Pendants by Eva Ehmeier, aka Hoedlgut on Flickr: made of polymer clay

Artichoke Ball Pendants by Eva Ehmeier, aka Hoedlgut on Flickr: made of polymer clay

Boxes, little boxes. Loved em since I was a child. Artichoke Bowls by Hoedlgut, via Flickr

Boxes, little boxes. Loved em since I was a child. Artichoke Bowls by Hoedlgut, via Flickr

Small Translucent Bubble Bunch Polymer Clay Cane : "These examples show how the cane looks when applied over another color of clay and then baked. You can increase the dimensional effect by using thicker cane slices, slicing at an angle, and sanding and buffing after baking."

Small Translucent Bubble Bunch Polymer Clay Cane

Small Translucent Bubble Bunch Polymer Clay Cane : "These examples show how the cane looks when applied over another color of clay and then baked. You can increase the dimensional effect by using thicker cane slices, slicing at an angle, and sanding and buffing after baking."

https://flic.kr/p/hwbLab | Fan Fold Pendant |  I made these in preparation for the workshop I did on this design. I wanted to play with and show different cording options. Here's the first one with a simple but effective use of chain.

https://flic.kr/p/hwbLab | Fan Fold Pendant | I made these in preparation for the workshop I did on this design. I wanted to play with and show different cording options. Here's the first one with a simple but effective use of chain.

From Ford/Forlano, Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151603835061179&set=a.407484946178.189235.347818261178&type=1&theater. Ulysses Dietz gave us a great gift with his comment, "Steven Ford and Dave Forlano's work represents, to me, the single most transformative influence in the world of polymer clay. They have ennobled a material relegated to preschools, and have developed a design vocabulary as deeply rooted in modern art as it is in craft."

From Ford/Forlano, Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151603835061179&set=a.407484946178.189235.347818261178&type=1&theater. Ulysses Dietz gave us a great gift with his comment, "Steven Ford and Dave Forlano's work represents, to me, the single most transformative influence in the world of polymer clay. They have ennobled a material relegated to preschools, and have developed a design vocabulary as deeply rooted in modern art as it is in craft."

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