I've been enamoured by the polymer art of Tammy Baker for a couple of years now. I first ran into her on Etsy back when I maintained a little shop of my own there. She had contacted me about my deeply etched stamps for use in polymer clay. Excited to see them used in that media I jumped on the opportunity to spotlight her as a guest designer.
Since then I have invited her back a few times to create with my designs. Her application of my stamps in her art always inspires me! I recently sent her some of my new Hummingbird designs curious as to how the small details would come through when pressed into clay. The results are stunning! Every little feather is defined clearly...
More to come from Tammy soon! In the meantime you can visit her Etsy shop HERE. Even if you don't use polymer clay in your creations (I haven't experimented in that direction yet either) I'm sure you'll be inspired by her use of colour and texture. Feel free to message her through Etsy.
Tammy's also been kind enough to create a coupon specially for us: RYN15
If you purchase any of her affordable art (all original one of a kind pieces) this coupon will give you 15% off at the time of checking out.
I own a couple of switch plates and loooooove them in my home! They add a little life to an otherwise dull everyday object that I come into contact with every single day. Every time I turn on a light a smile comes to my face now. I've been concentrating on downsizing lately. Part of this process has been paying attention to the things that bring me joy and getting rid of the rest of the clutter. Tammy's lightswitches are definitely staying!
Well, that's it for me for now. Thanks for stopping by and for being patient with me. I haven't been posting or designing very much lately for personal reasons. My family has been going through some big changes and I have chosen to devote my energies there. I thank you so much for supporting me so far and look forward to creating more when I can. Hopefully soon!
I hope this post brought some inspiration your way :)
Bye for now,