Way back in September of 2012 Lisa Lodge of Grateful Artist blog put out the call for those that wanted to participate in the Lucite and Clay blog hop. All you had to do is sign up and tell Lisa which you would like to work with polymer clay components or Lucite components and for a small fee she sent us our packets.
I chose to work with polymer clay components and here is what Lisa sent to me:
The polymer clay bead is designed by Patricia Handschuh of The Color of Dreams.
The rules were simple you had to use the chosen component (clay or Lucite) in your design and all or as many of the added components as you liked. In my design I used all of the beads except for the four pink petals. So would you like to see what I created? Huh what is that? You said yes. Well ok if you really want to see it here it is:
I decided to try my hand at free form peyote so here is my first free form peyote piece done with the pretty polymer clay bead and the Lucite flowers and Czech crystals.
I also added some pink shell beads I had in my stash along with some green round crystals in 6 and 4 mm sizes. I used size 8 & 6 seed beads, size 4 cube beads, size 10 triangle beads to make the base free form.
Please go by and check out what the other participants did with their bead packet.
Isolina Perez, Isolina Perez
Jennifer Reno, Musings of a Crafty Jenny
Tracy Stillman, Tracy Stillman Designs
Charlene Jacka, Clay Space
Therese Frank, Therese's Treasures
Kay Thomerson, Kayz Kreationz
Ashleigh Kleinhans Becker, Sela Designs Jewelry
Mary Govaars, MLH Jewelry Designs
Alice McCarthy, Northwoods Creative Studio
Rebecca Sirevaag, Becca's Place
Toltec Jewels, Jewel School Friends
Emma Todd, A Polymer Penchant
Kathy Lindemer, Bay Moon Design
Annia Failde, AnniamAe
Happy beading Y'all,