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Play with polymer clay techniques to create energetic patterns inspired by these masterfully blended beads.
Inspired by the wet-drape sculpture technique from Ancient Greek and Roman artists, Leah Southerland created a frighteningly realistic face pendant from a sheet of polymer clay.
Who invaded who in this sci-fi inspired sculpture from Rachel G.?
Inspired by the slow persistence of the turtle, this design was created by one of the many passionate artists who contributed to the 2010 Bead-It-Forward project.
Inspired by the slow persistence of the turtle, this design was created by one of the many passionate artists who contributed to the 2010 Bead-It-Forward project.
Kristina Ilickovic used the love of her father and the independence of wildflowers as inspiration for this delicate, floral piece.
Everyone deserves a statement collar necklace, and this design shows why. Let "Cleopatra's Collar" inspire your next great jewelry design.
Inspired by the cubist women of Picasso's paintings, Susan Opie hand molded and painted this pair of artistic earrings.
Inspired by the slow persistence of the turtle, this design was created by one of the many passionate artists who contributed to the 2010 Bead-It-Forward project.
Inspired by the slow persistence of the turtle, this design was created by one of the many passionate artists who contributed to the 2010 Bead-It-Forward project.
Seemingly plucked from an undersea garden, these bumpy blooms put a pearlescent pop of color into any outfit.
Karen Nelson packs this quaint design with plenty of color and pattern for big visual impact on a tiny bird-shaped body.
This "Woodland Owl" polymer clay necklace is a hoot. View this contest piece up close to admire its intricate detailing.
Atsumi's "Leap Before You Look" takes inspiration from Japanese folklore and W. H. Auden's similarly named poem to celebrate a sense of adventure and courage.
Inspired by the slow persistence of the turtle, this design was created by one of the many passionate artists who contributed to the 2010 Bead-It-Forward project.
This polymer clay face is inspired by the Dominican Carnival character, Diablos Cojuelos, a naughty and playful demon who hits and frightens the audience with their balloons.
Simple and sweet, this orange lanyard is oh, so dreamy.
"Jest Dance" by Beth Wegener took home the Grand Prize Bronze Medal with its lifelike details and precise craftsmanship.
Susan Opie's nostalgic 2021 Jewelry-Making Contest entry features adorable, hand-sculpted renditions of everyone's favorite spud spouses.
These whimsical polymer clay earrings are darling and fun to wear. View this design titled, "Fly Amanita Mushrooms" for endless inspiration.
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