Abstract Polymer Clay – About Having Fun!

I love doing my girlfriend bracelets and pins. I laugh while I’m making them and I’m delighted when someone else likes them as well. I left one with Debbie at my dentist’s office, she bought it right off my wrist. She was going to give it as a gift, but by the time I left, I think she had decided to keep it for herself. Made me feel really great.  Granted, the visit costed more than the cost of the bracelet, but every little bit helps.

Debbie continued to smile as she wore her girlfriend bracelet and that made me smile. She even gave a me self addressed stamped envelope for me to send her more business cards because she gave her card to another patient while I was having my teeth cleaned.

I swear, I’ve never had that happen to me before. Thank you Debbie for brightening my day even though I only went there to brighten my teeth.

Wall Art - Polymer clay

Wall Art - Polymer clay

Yesterday, I wanted to try something different. I’ve always wanted to do wall pieces with polymer so I decided to just begin. This piece is 10″ x 6 1/2″. It can hang just like it is, but I am considering mounting it in a frame. What do you think?

It is actually a snap shot of how my brain works I think. Full of color and gong in several directions at once.

This one is much smaller and I think I’ll finish it as a bib necklace. The one below is 2 1/4″ x 2 and is finished already as a pin.

I love the versatility  of  polymer. I can’t imagine ever getting tired of creating with this medium.

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  1. Hi Alice,
    Love the wall hanging. I think a frame is a great idea. It will focus the eye and mind on the piece.
    Can’t wait to see the bib necklace when it’s finished.
    Congrats on having your bracelet sold right off your arm at the dentist. Your bracelets are indeed special and speak to so many of us.
    I could kick myself for not going to the class you had on Saturday. Our guild was invited but I figured since I had the video I wouldn’t go. Sounds like I missed a fun class. Can’t wait to see Charline’s glass vase.
    Keep posting…….

  2. Hey Linda, thanks for the feed back. I think I will look for a proper frame.
    I wish you had come to the class. It was fun and so many other questions where asked and answered. Plus I would have loved to see you again. What guild do you belong to?

  3. Hi Alice just love this idea of a wall hanging,love all the colours. a good way to use up all those endy bits of left over clay.
    Must try to do something like this one day. will be featureing you on my blog soon as I get there again.
    Just love your funky ways, they seem to suit me too.

  4. It is a great way to use the leftovers. I had so much fun that day. I”ll look forward to your post………thanks so much Elizabeth

  5. I have got to finished these Lynn, I think I’ll try the frame if I ever get to them. In the mean time they are where I see them everyday.