Thursday, June 9, 2011


When I think of turquoise, I think of the Southwest and Native American tribes.  I think of statement making pieces of jewelry, unique designs, and beautiful works of art.  There is such a variety in turquoise, they can easily be copied in polymer clay, and it seems everyone has their own recipe or method for making the faux version of this stone.    

Look at this wonderful set by ArtmakersWorlds;

I'm just drawn to this unique piece by ColtPixy:

Would you like to purchase the "stone" and design your own unique piece?  Look at BeadsByHaffina.

Hope you enjoy searching for that perfect item!

Till next time remember:

"Whether you think that you can, or that you can't, you are usually right."
- Henry Ford (1863-1947)


  1. Yep, southwest lol I used to love turquoise until I moved here lol But these are gorgeous pieces from the Polymer Clay Smooshers!

  2. I love every variation. Soothing shades of color.

  3. Great picks ... it's amazing what clay artists can do.

  4. Great picks, thanks for including my cabs. It really is amazing what can be created with Polymer Clay.