Friday, May 22, 2009

Duh






A couple of days ago I posted about the wonderful prizes/surprises I received in the mail. One of the items was the terrific chameleon pendant from Eugena of The Polymer Clay Chameleon. I emailed Eugena to thank her and she wondered if I had found the second little item she had sent. Um, no.... This lovely, sweet AND talented woman had hidden a little birthday gift for me under the filling of the box. That gift is the beautiful sculpted orchid necklace shown above. I love surprises and this was a double one! WhooooEEEE!



If you have not checked out Eugena's shop on Etsy, please do so,she is a multitalented artist and offers beautiful jewelry, vases, and tutorials. I am posting a small sample below, because selfless woman that she is, Eugena profiles other polymer clay artists on her blog, but not her own work, which is truly exceptional.









Eugena's website is also a treat with more examples of her work

and oodles of tips and information.

Again, Eugena, I thank you for your generousity and thoughtfulness.



8 comments:

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

How fortunate that she asked about it!

Zan Asha said...

Wow, a "two-for-one"! That is so wonderful of her, and she is an amazing jewelry artist! Thanks for the profile on her..will look her up. I am sure you will enjoy your gift, it looks wonderful!

Dessa Rae said...

WOW!! What gorgeous jewelry!! I am sure glad you found the birthday present she sent you. You are very nice to spotlight her site. I am off to look at it. By the way, Happy Belated birthday!!
Take care,
Dessa Rae

Pattee said...

Wow what a gift! Aren't you lucky you found the Bday gift that was hidden!!!
Pattee

Renee said...

The bracelet is my favourite.

Can you guess who I'm going to see on your videos. That's right, my new crush.

xoxoxo

Eugena said...

Wow, Sue, thank you for the post and all the compliments. How nice of you!

3rdEyeMuse said...

ooh! how lovely is that orchid?!? she really does have a gift with polymer clay, doesn't she. Fantastic.

Nun of a Kind! said...

What a talented artist! Such detail! Must visit her shop to see her other work.
Also, have to look into the idea of posting a prize giveaway at my shop....need to research how to do that a bit! Would have loved to be on the receiving end of this prize!! :)