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Sherri Kellberg

Sherri finds pleasure in the process of designing and creating wearable art jewelry, and polymer clay Tutorials. It’s the reason she is happy to get up every morning. She can’t wait to get into the studio and experiment with a new idea.
A simple block of clay that magically evolves into a piece of artful adornment, it’s amazing! When Sherri works with clay it soothes her, both heart & soul, it’s a healing form of art. She is inspired each day by the beauty of nature, & its gorgeous array of colors & textures.
Sherri has been working with polymer clay for the last 20 years, developing techniques as she goes, reading & researching new ideas. She opened an Etsy shop in May of 2008, where she sells her polymer clay earrings, charm bracelets, cuffs, and pendants: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BeadazzleMe?ref=si_shop

This Fall, two of her charm bracelets will be published in a book by Quarto Publishing, London.
Her work was also featured in two issues of The Polymer Arts Magazine.
She is published in the book “Polymer Artists Showcase” An inspiring collection of polymer art design.
She was thrilled to appear for the third time on the cover of Polymer Clay Daily, and numerous other polymer clay publications.



2016-01-031

Quick & Easy Stud Earrings, the perfect handmade gift idea!

These colorful little stud earrings are easy to make, and fun to wear!  The design possibilities are endless, limited only by your imagination! Try some of the foil ones at the top, use any small stamps to impress a design on the foil, or maybe a slice of an old cane, add a coat of

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2015-11-27

Polymer Clay Ring Dishes – by Sherri Kellberg

  I’ve been busy this summer creating my Ring Dishes. I started making them last year around this time. They range from the simplest designs, to complex Millefiori patterns, Silk-screens, and Liquid Clay glazes. I love to experiment with color and texture, as shown in my applied “Daisy’s” Dish, and my “Butterflies are Free” dish.

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