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French designer behind Bellou excels at asymmetrical polymer clay necklaces.   Each piece is one of a kind. Her imagination knows no bounds.  She uses different approaches including textures, mica shift and even a combination of mica shift and crackled techniques which she called "micacrak" over on her blog.

Polymer clay artists make some incredible pieces of art. The French designer behind Bellou excels at asymmetrical polymer clay necklaces.

This necklace was a collaboration between Vancouver metal & wire artist Eugenia Chan (www.eugenia-c.com) and myself for a project we taught at the Feb 2011 Vancouver Polymer Clay Retreat. I made the leaves based on my Pinched Leaf tutorial (www.helenbreil.com/Tutorial_Pinched_Leaf.php and Eugenia did all the rest!

This necklace was a collaboration between metal & wire artist Eugenia Chan and myself for a project we taught at the Feb 2011 Vancouver Polymer Clay Retreat. I made the leaves and Eugenia did all the rest!

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