Polymer Clay: Shannon Tabor

Today we are featuring work by polymer clay artist Shannon Tabor of Charleston Clay Jewelry. She uses PanPastel to add color to her beautiful jewelry pieces. She says “I am thoroughly enjoying working with PanPastel Colors and I just love creating my jewelry with it.”

Polymer Clay – colored with PanPastel by Shannon Tabor

Polymer Clay – colored with PanPastel by Shannon Tabor

Watch Shannon’s video tutorial – she shares her techniques for using PanPastel with polymer clay:

Polymer Clay – colored with PanPastel by Shannon Tabor


Shannon Tabor

Shannon lives in Charleston, SC. Her background in art began as a passion for poetry and writing, yet she really enjoyed working with her hands.  The combination of engineering and art in working with clay and jewelry design provides her with constant inspiration and never ending possibilities.Not only does Shannon enjoy creating her jewelry to sell, she also has a love of teaching her art to others.  She hosts workshops in Charleston, and is also an international instructor for Adventure Art Retreats.

Shannon’s work is recognized worldwide, as she is an avid artist and seeker of new techniques and design. She greatly enjoys inspiring and encouraging others in her field and shares her expertise from her background in Public Relations and Marketing. You can find her articles and contributions to the world of art in her blog. To see more of Shannon’s work and to find out about her workshops visit:

YouTube Video Tutorial:  youtube.com/
Website:  charlestonclayjewelry.com
Facebook:  facebook.com/charlestonclayjewelry/

Find more inspiration for using PanPastel to add color to polymer clay here: PolymerClay

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