Lisa Pavelka – The Crafting and Clay Queen

It was great to see Lisa Pavelka on our tip to Tucson this year, though it’s always a pleasure to spend time with her. If you don’t know who she is yet, we’re here to inform you on this fun, friendly and talented artist.

Lisa Pavelka is a rock star among jewelry designers, so it’s no wonder why we love working with her! She dips her hands into all sorts of cool mixed media ideas and the results are always amazing. She has been crafting for over 20 years, and throughout those years has established herself as an award-winning artist and author. This incredible designer shares her talent with others and helps them discover their own capabilities through workshops, spanning all age groups. You will often find Lisa at various conventions, stores and galleries around the world, eager to take everyone with her to new jewelry and crafting adventures.

Lisa is also a Swarovski ambassador, meaning she is part of an exclusive community comprised of other well-known designing experts. She has her own line of products, the Signature Series, which sprouted from never finding the right tools she needed in craft stores.

Some of Lisa Pavelka’s latest creations are her cute Carmex lip balm container lids. These darling components are made from various mixed media components such as polymer clay, Gilders Paste, resin and so much more. You can check out her line of lip balm lids on her website, 365 Days of Lip Service, or view some cool photos we took in Tucson below!


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    Lisa Pavelka is so fantastic! Great lip balm trasformations! I love every one of them!!! Thank you for showing her great talents here!


    • Teresa
    • February 3, 2012

    A heart shaped box with a removable lid? She’s a genius! Beautiful, each one.

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    She does stunning work and is such an inspiration!

    • Lori
    • February 7, 2012

    Ummmm, Teresa, I have heart shaped boxes with removable lids in polymer…..Lisa isn’t the only one that had this idea! And I take CUSTOM orders.

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    Thanks from the bottom of my heart for this lovely blog post. I’m truly honored and humbled. I’m so happy that my friends from Art Beads stopped by to see me at the CRYSTALLIZED ELEMENTS event. I appreciate you taking so much time with me to hear about this project and look forward to future blog posts that incorporate products found through!

    • Sylvia
    • March 27, 2012

    I sure wish you had been at Bead Fest Santa Fe this year. It would be great to take another workshop with you.

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