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Sherri Kellberg

Sherri Kellberg
  1. Getting Trendy

    My Cactus Ring Dish (above) is a great way to add a bit of the Cacti Trend to your nightstand. Trends come and go, but 2017's Cactus motif is still going strong.  Cacti are popping up everywhere in Home Decor, Fashion, and Jewelry. Current trends inspire my polymer clay work all the time. Ring dish bowls are also on trend...

  2. Building a Polymer Clay Cane Collection

    Here is just a small sample of some of my raw polymer clay canes. When the mood strikes me I'll make a bunch of different canes, I find it relaxing and fun. I usually work on about 3 projects at once. If I get tired of working on one, or can't come up with any new ideas, I simply set it...

  3. Recycled Crafts

    I love to recycle all kinds of stuff & then use them in my latest clay craft projects. I've been saving/hoarding burned out light-bulbs to cover with Polymer Clay. The Purple Wildflower (above) was created over a standard 60 watt light bulb. I also incorporated Q-tips to use as the flowers stamen. The petals were formed over pieces cut from...

  4. By the Seashore

    Find your crafting inspiration while your relaxing at the beach this Summer. Enjoy all the colors of nature, from the sparkling sand, to colorful shells, and the brilliant blue Gulf waters. Here are just a few of the premo! clay colors I've been working with this Summer. Combining Colorful Clays and Textured Animals I love collecting shells on the beach...

  5. 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 resin, and Wha-la, the perfect...

  6. Polymer Clay Ring Dishes

    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. This Ring Dish was inspired a...

  7. Graphic Black & White a Style Statement

    Black & White, It's what's on my work table this week! I love making mini canes in graphic black & white, lots of lines, swirls, checkerboards, dots & spots. My Kitty-Kat Teapot got the black & white treatment too! Black & White is classic, crisp, and always in style! Timeless, and Chic! Take a peek at some designer looks for...

  8. Polymer Clay & Natural Elements

    I love collecting shells, and making charm bracelets from polymer clay. I've combined the two into my Starfish & Florida shell bracelets. We have some gorgeous beaches here on the West coast of Florida, along with the crystal clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico! A perfect combination for fun in the Sun. As you can see in the photo...

  9. Landscape Texture Sheets- Inspiration to Create Ring Dishes by Sherri Kellberg

    One of my favorite new Sculpey  products are the Landscape Texture Sheets. You get 2 texture sheets in a pack,  one has 6 mini textures, the other is an all-over floral pattern.  I've found that it's an easy way to add designs to my clay ring dishes.  The sheets are transparent, so it makes it simple to line up the...

  10. Working with Liquid Sculpey to Create Faux Raku

        I'm working on some Faux Raku tab beads this week. Using brown hemp cord to assemble them into a bracelet. I used antique brass chain, and large end caps to complete the earthy look.         The pink/orange/gold tab bracelet was an experiment in Faux Raku. The pink/orange/gold tab bead bracelet, was an experiment of my...

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