Thursday, February 25, 2010


Here is the brooch that was featured in the Treasury "Breathe with Me"... and my beautiful MODEL! Isn't she SOOOO beautiful????


Another one of my polymer clay Egyptian cats was featured in a Treasury! This time it's my ZOE Brooch! Thank you dear Sebnem for a wonderful Treasury and really artful curation!
"Breathe with Me..." (inspired from a song of Prodigy named Breathe...), Treasury by ShebboDesign

Monday, February 22, 2010

My first Etsy TREASURY!

My BASTET Egyptian Cat Polymer Clay Ring made it to my first Treasury! The subject was... CATS, what else??? MEEEEEOW!


And now, after Flame... FIRE! Same vibrant and passional colors, same technique, but with tangerine background!
Viva la vita! Viva l'amore!

Monday, February 15, 2010


My latest creations are full of passion! They are a hymn to life, passion and joy. The colors are hot and Mediterranean, the design recalls Mexican folk art. I painted them in bright, vibrant colors and glazed them so as to bring out the design in a dimensional way.

Sunday, February 14, 2010


It snowed all day on Thursday, and these pictures are from my walk in the snow on Friday... I love nature and my mountains! They are so inspiring to me. I'm really lucky to live in such a beautiful environment!
The last picture shows my hand on the snow, I wear a beautiful ring with green enamel that I bought last summer in Greece. The green on the snow makes me think of spring that is not far!

Saturday, February 13, 2010


... to those who love, to those who have loved, to those who will love... because love is a gift that is forever.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Featured Today: SHARDS OF ORIENT

I have always loved archaeology and ancient civilizations... and I love the Greek Islands of the Aegean! These passions come together in my SHARDS OF ORIENT! I had already been using the technique of mixing white polymer clay with blue deco sand for some of my rings... the final result reminds of stone or ceramic, and that was perfect for my Greek ceramic shards! The beautiful ceramic shards emerge from the "stone" like pieces from a crumbling mosque... Don't these pieces look like ancient finds from a long lost civilization?

The upper pictures are rings, and my favorite piece is the pendant... I love it so much that I guess I'm going to keep it for myself if it doesn't find a buyer soon :)!

Monday, February 8, 2010


It's still winter but slowly slowly spring starts being in the air... Sunny days to come! I LOVE suns as a motif for my jewelry, so here are two more suns I just created combining acrylic paints on wood and polymer clay!