Congratulations Shai! Please contact me with your address.
Your 1 winners on “Spiny Leaves and Paisley Curls Giveaway” are:
1) Shai Williams
NEW! These 43mm (about 1-3/4″) hand painted, polymer clay leaves. Spine, back, muscle, organs, body, mind, anatomy, it’s what I do.
I decided I want to offer these in both a pendant and bracelet focal.
Available in one hole or two and a bracelet focal with a slight curve.
Clasp is polymer clay made by me. I also used my Peeled Paint headpins.
What would you make with this set?
Paisley or Paisley pattern is a droplet-shaped vegetable motif of Perian and Indian origin. The pattern is sometimes called “Persian pickles” by American traditionalists, especially quilt-makers, or “Welsh pears” in Welsh textiles as far back as 1888.
Resembling a twisted teardrop, the kidney-shaped paisley is of Iranian origin, but its western name derives from the town of Paisley, in central Scotland. This intrigued me to try my hand at them and their kidney-shape. Body, organs, I’m all over that.
About 35mm hand painted polymer clay.
Hand crocheted necklace.
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Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful weekend.Pin It Jeannie is a graduate of St. Paul Collage of Visual Arts, accomplished mixed media artist and published jewelry designer. She is the originator of the Echo Creative Team and of the Do Over Challenge. When she is not creating art, she helps people live happy, healthy lives.