Watercolor Beads by Paisley Lizard

These polymer clay beads and focal components were inspired by the color palette in Warwick Goble’s Star Lovers watercolor painting. They were made using the “watercolor” or “torn paper” technique. You can read more about the process for making these beads on my blog at

  • Flight of Fantasy

    Feather pendant in pewter by Green Girl Studios with Labradorite, Iolite, plated Hematite, Druzy, and Czech glass. You can read more over on my blog:…

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  • Feb 2018 – Image-transferred Earrings, Anita

    Earrings inspired by flowing elements in picture. Made from image-transferred polymer clay beads, accessorized with metallic silver and faux pearl beads. Polymer beads by me. ABS Challenge – Feb – Star…

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  • February 2018 AlisonAdorns

    Fun necklace with lots of artisan beads. The Bird is from Green Girl Studios, the yellow glow bead is from Dianne Hawkey, the word beads are from Grubbi.…

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  • Star Flakes

    For this months challenge, i made a necklaces using an art bead made by my husband, Moon. It’s a lovely black with swirls of pink, blue and white. To mimic the…

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  • February Bracelet

    Here’s a bracelet that I imagined quite delicate and which became a mix of Art beads and other materials. The glass beads are from Soul Silver, Helen Chalmers and Beads by…

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  • Winter Flight

    Earrings for this month’s challenge match the necklace. Tiny brass bird charms dangle underneath disc beads from Humblebeads, ornate brass bead caps, and polished stone rounds. Read more on my blog…

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  • Winter Woods

    My necklace for this month’s challenge features polyclay bird, pinecone, and disc beads by Humblebeads. The dark blue-grey of the bird is complimented with a beaded strand of blue/grey/tan polished stone…

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