Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Polymer Clay in Jewelry Design - An Etsy BESTeam Feature

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I have a friend who would love this pin. She has a thing for masks, and she's often expressed a fascination with the Easter Island statues that this little brooch pin is made to resemble.

The pin is from the shop of one of my BESTeam Etsy Team members, Cassandra from Ardna's Sac Etsy shop. Her shop contains a collection of polymer clay tidbits like this pin and other creative works along with a bit of jewelry, some button art and other tidbits.

Cassandra is an old-hand when it comes to polymer clay work and her initial experiences pre-date the "New Clay" by Nan Roche.

Her selection in her shop is currently a bit small but I look forward to seeing what else she comes up with and look forward to following her shop's progress. She's a member of the Polymer Clay Artist Guild of Etsy as well as a few other teams as well as a member of the New York Polymer Clay Guild.

YOU CAN CLICK ON THE PICTURE ABOVE TO VISIT ARDNA'S SAC ON ETSY AND TAKE A LOOK AROUND OR, IF YOU PREFER, CLICK RIGHT HERE.


[This blog post is a "BESTeam Feature" for the Boosting Etsy Shops Team. The BESTeam is dedicated to helping its members promote their shops and assisting each other in marketing, advertising and sharing the tips and tricks of running an online business. If you are a seller on Etsy and are interested in becoming a member of the BESTeam, the team is accepting new members and you can find more information about the team as well as apply to become a member HERE.]

1 comment:

TeriBaskett said...

What a unique piece. I LOVE jewelry that makes people look and comment on it, this is very striking.

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