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Friday, February 5, 2010

Friendly Plastic Snowflake Ornaments by Liz Welch


This picture seems quite fitting today as it's snowing outside my studio window located in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri.  We are deep into winter and experiencing one of the harshest winters we've had in the past several years. 

These snowflakes are the artwork of textile and Friendly Plastic artist Liz Welch, who resides in the UK.  She is credited with developing the "Oooze" technique of which these snowflake ornaments were made.  This is a great way to capture a snowflake forever!

To see more of Liz's work or to attend one of her workshops visit her blog:  www.rarebird.wordpress.com









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2 comments:

sabulous said...

I really like the look of those!
Is there a tutorial or something?
sab

Murano Necklace said...

Wow these are very cute jewels. So beautiful. I am glad to go through your blog.

Murano Necklace

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