Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Flower rings

Spring is around the conner but my flowers are already bloom. The one in the middle was made from the cane. Yes, I do make cane but mostly a simple jelly roll one. :)
I also got the little leaves from Eva today so I put them on the rings. I also get a lot of other cuties from her, all the way from Denmark. :)

Saturday, March 10, 2007

Flower for a friend

I made this flower for a friend.

Saturday, March 03, 2007


New pendants made with my homemade texture plates.
Yes, yes, I will post more tutorials on the blog. Thank you for asking. :o)
Yes, yes, I just posted the tutorial for Texture plates today, 05-04-07. www.polymerclaybeads.blogspot.com

Friday, March 02, 2007

Made to order

Thanks for all the comments and kind words about my works. If anyone want to have or want to purchase any of my beads, pendants, or any piece of jewelry you've seen on my blog, you can send me an email. I just added my email address on my profile and here it is silastones@aol.com
This Blue necklace I made for a lady who saw my work at the boutique and called me up. She had bought a jacket and wanted a necklace, bracelet and earrings to match.

Thursday, March 01, 2007

And, the Oscar goes to.....

Not quite, but I do feel like receiving an award after my work was featured at POLYMERCLAYNOTES and POLYMERCLAYDAILY. So I would like to present an acceptance speech for that. Ah..... hm...

I would like to thank all of the polymerclay artists, who have shared their works and their techniques and make it available for me to try, to learn from and be inspired.

Thanks to all the friends I met on PCC; Jackie, Scott, Chris, Anita, Eva, Moe and many others who are always willing to answer my questions and encourage me.

I would like to thank Susan Rose and Cynthia Tinapple. Being recognized and put on the same page with all of those talented and famous artistes has helped me to work harder, think harder, and be more confident at the same time.

Thanks to my family who lets me work with clay all day.

Thanks to Laura from Beadroom, who takes my beads and sell them at the Bead Shows around the country.
Thanks to Joan who let me sell my jewelry at her boutique.

Wait, don't play that music yet. I still have more people on my list to thank. Fine! What ever.

Well, if I forgot somebody, sorry, but I do love you.

Here's the kind words from Cynthia Tinapple-Polymerclaydaily
Ponsawan Sila is on the move and she faithfully records her progress on her blog. She includes pictures of her workspace and step-by-step tutorials on this method, a twist on mokume gane.
What this generous artist takes for granted is her color sense and her knack for pattern creation. No muddy colors or uninteresting patterns on her worktable! Take a look at her homemade texture plates. Thanks for letting us look over your shoulder, Ponsawan.
And these kind words from Susan Rose-Polymerclaynotes
it is always fun to see what ponsawan is up to and i love that she adds a healthy dose of humor to her posts. look! she just posted a tutorial for these beautiful bubble beads - check it out here