There was a slight mix up with the seller. These sold to someone else. The seller was great about communicating and fixing the issue. This is a top notch seller that cares about the people who buy from her.
Great pair of earrings. They are very well made. The mix of red and black will look good with lots of outfits. The seller packaged them nicely and shipped them quickly.
These are fabulous!! The earrings are made with care. They are lightweight and very stylish. My mom will love them!
Linda Crow on Dec 22, 2015
Beautiful artistian workmanship!! Love to buy from her. She really wants to please the customer.
Color is the Driving Force of my Jewelry Endeavor
The headline says it all. Through all the techniques I have learned, my main interest is color. That's why I like polymer clay so much. I love that it is so malleable, but I also love that the colors can be whatever I like...vivid or soft...and they don't mix unless I want them to do so. After color, anything in nature inspires me, from rocks and mountains to shells and beaches. And even then, I'm drawn to the color scheme of whatever I'm viewing.
I started selling jewelry about 7-8 years ago after my stepdaughter and husband told me it was good enough to sell and that I should sell it. Fortunately, I live in a community that has an active craft club, Sebastian Craft Club, which holds a monthly craft show in a local park as well as gives about $3500 a year to charity. I joined the club and started selling. Since it is inexpensive and local, I figured it would be a good learning ground...and it was. I have expanded to larger, more expensive shows, some good and some not so good. I dabbled in consignment with mixed results, although I have successfully exhibited and sold at the Art Gallery of Viera (FL) for the past 3 holidays seasons.
Along the way, I discovered ETSY. This is the best venue I have found. ETSY provides a great deal of training materials, takes care of advertising, is easy to use, and costs are low. I dabbled with my own website, but it is too difficult to manage and ensure that the search engines found me! I now have two shops: PollyClayDesigns and Je t'adorn.
A little over a year ago I started taking credit cards at shows and at home via ProPay. I do not need a smart phone and costs are reasonable.
Owner, Designer, Creator
Attended Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C. Graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University Member of Canaveral Mineral & Gem Society Member of Space Coast Polymer Clay Guild Learned my craft through classes, tutorials, and books.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Taxes are included in the purchase price.
Unless it is a custom order order or I have indicated otherwise directly to you, I ship within 1-2 days.
Refunds and Exchanges
Additional policies and FAQs
If you see something you like but would prefer a different color or size, let me know and I'll work with you on it. I also accept custom orders. Please be aware that I cannot guarantee any particular colors or patterns. Due to the nature of polymer and art clays, I can design toward a certain effect, but the result is not completely predictable!