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Three of my Blossom Necklaces have been featured in Etsy Treasuries.

The first is my Pear Blossom Necklace. It is made of translucent polymer clays and evokes pear blossoms blown by March winds.

You can see Line Lebrecque’s “A Winter’s Tale” Treasury here:

https://www.etsy.com/treasury/MTEyNzI1MzZ8MjcyMjczNTQwOQ/a-winters-tale

Line is a fine polymer clay artist. Visit her Etsy shop at:

http://www.playsculptive.etsy.com

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My Plum Blossom Necklace was featured in a second Treasury. It is also made of translucent polymer clays. I’ve filled the middle of the beads with rosy plum clay, which shines through the lenses in the surface clay.

The second treasury, “Pink Meets Gold”, was created by the talented polymer clay artist, Lisa Rapp. It can be viewed at:

https://www.etsy.com/treasury/ODk1NzgzOXwyNzIyNzE0NDMz/pink-meets-gold

Lisa’s Etsy shop is at:

http://www.HiGirls.etsy.com

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You won’t have any trouble seeing why I call “Caribbean Dive” a Blossom Necklace. It is created with translucent polymer clays.

“Caribbean Dive” was featured in Beth Petricoin’s Treasury, “Going Green for the Holidays”. Beth is a polymer clay artist with astonishing creativity.

See her work at:

http://www.createmyworld.etsy.com

I am so honored that these amazing artist’s chose my work to feature in their Treasuries.

You can see my items on my Etsy shop, LadyFlowersbySusan at:

http://www.ladyflowersbysusan.etsy.com

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