Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Sneak Peek

 I have been somewhat busy of late - mainly in the garden and on the allotment - which inspired me to use the colours I saw all around me.

I have started getting back into my studio and creating - but I can't reveal things yet.

I've been playing with polymer clay again.

I have been experimenting with different techniques, making little discs.
They are about the size of a 2p coin and are pierced ready for all sorts of uses

I read lots and lots of books, all subjects, fiction and non-fiction, and I am always losing my bookmarks - so I need plenty and these metal ones work really well.


12 comments:

Cath Wilson said...

Tease! They're looking very pretty and very bright x

Netty said...

Love the beautiful marbelling and sheen on these fab discs. xx

Maggie R said...

Hurry up Lottie I can't stand the suspense:)
xoxo
((((hugs))))
Maggie

Angelnorth said...

Loively marbled effect with the polymer clay and the bookmark looks fab! I keep meaning to do some of the shepherds crook ones and not getting round to it!

Deborah said...

The marbling is gorgeous, Lottie.

sam21ski said...

Looking good, love the green xxx

fatmonica said...

I love this green,it's gorgeous!

gardenpinks said...

Gorgeous marbling Lottie and love the colours. Brilliant using them on bookmarks, I usually end up using a scrap of paper after mislaying yet another bookmark :)
Where can I get the shepherd's crook bookmarks from please?
Lynn x

Carol Hornby-Clements said...

I love all the green goodness I can see. Gorgeous stuff.

Carol

Dana Tatar {datatar} said...

Wow! Gorgeous work! I love the color palette. The swirling colors are so pretty. =)

Melinda Cornish said...

I love the colors....green is the best, especially in the middle of winter when I am looking forward to spring...jeesh, it isnt even winter yet and I am thinking of Spring.

Samantha Read said...

They look a bit like buttons to me! wonderful marbling effects Lottie.
wishing you a lovely day, Sam x