Sunday, November 6, 2011

Pirates, Pics and Snowmen, YAY!

After posting those adorable polymer clay pumpkins yesterday from Tammy Powley's post, it made me realize I hadn't checked in with our friend Cindy Lietz recently.

Cindy is also known as the Polymer Clay Tutor!

She's been talking about hand-tinted photo transfers, pirate canes and snowman beads, how fun.

I really love her pirate bracelet. She connected all of her beads with the perfect type of wire, but I have to say the curved focal bead is the BEST!

Thanks for everything you do to share your talent with the world, Cindy! :)


Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

Thanks Lisa, that is sweet of you! Did you know that the curved clasp you speak of in the bracelet is actually one of Melinda Orr's findings? It is a copper textured and patina piece and it worked wonderfully for this pirate bracelet. Thanks for sharing my work with your readers. I really appreciate it!

Pretty Things said...

So pretty! And I like the mix of Cindy and Melinda's pieces. I always say making jewelry is like being a chef, finding the best ingredients, and making a fabulous meal.

EWA gyöngyös világa! / EWA's World of Beads said...

That’ a fantastic piece !

Lisa Crone said...

Thanks for mentioning Melinda, I'm getting ready to share one of her pieces on Monday's blog! :) I love the crafting community! One crafter leads you to another... It's perfectly how it is supposed to be.

Perladora said...

Wonderful!!!Good work!! :-)