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Sunday, November 8, 2009

Design Challenge Inspiration from Jen and Jana

Today's inspiration comes from the other Friendly Plastic Queens - Jen and Jana.
Jen will always find ways to incorporate unique objects into her work. Below she uses some scrapbooking charms with ribbon mesh wire.
Enjoy the eye candy!
Just inked up a pice of white Friendly plastic, cut a circle, popped into an old K&Company finding, dropped a bling into it and covered it with Glossy Accents....then strung it with just a few simple beads:



and a scrap of Fracture n Fusion cut and popped into another K&Company finding. Maybe an hour tops?
But just too cute for the office or just for fun!

And here's one for formal nights. Used Linda's latest technique - Glisten and Glimmer in a Nunn Design finding.....
Jana Ewy shares some of her past and present pieces:...



This snow bunny was created for my sister many years ago.Thought you might enjoy seeing a little design from my past.




Tear-drop shaped pieces of Friendly Plastic have been attached to a beautiful brass filigree Butterfly. It is simple, yet elegant and can become a necklace, bracelet, or even a brooch.



Let your creative flow... try this same concept with marbled Friendly Plastic, or inlay pieces one on top of the other. How about making an impression into the plastic and creating a Friendly Plastic filigree Butterfly? Hope this has helped to get your creative wheels turning. Be sure to check out the AMACO site as well as the Friendly Plastic blog for more ideas and information on the 2010 Design Challenge.

1 comment:

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

All the pieces are pretty but wow that Butterfly is really beautiful! It looks more like glass than plastic. Very nice!

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