Dichroic Polymer

I’ve created the best and easiest polymer clay faux dichroic glass you’ll ever make. It’s not made of exclusive or expensive materials. It’s not made with alcohol inks that may fade over time. If you follow my techniques, all you’ll […]

Coober Pedy Opals

I studied a lot of opals from around the world before deciding that Australian opals from the Coober Pedy mines were the most beautiful- and the ones I wanted to ‘recreate’. Plus I was intrigued that 60% Coober Pedy residents […]

In the meantime

Since April, the Northwest Polymer Clay Guild is meeting on Zoom twice a week. I had a space downstairs set up while I’m getting my clay studio ready. Here’s a few dining table creations…

Getting it together

Scraping, sanding, spackling, sanding, priming, sanding, painting, cleaning… finally finished! Hung new curtains, moved in a few things but like all new studio configuration, it’s subject to change to what works best.

Birds on a wire

These tiny birds are beads for a swap with fellow clayers- the theme of the swap is simply ‘bead pairs’… sometimes being so open-ended can be more challenging to pick something to make.