Polina Szucs-Foteva - Polymer Embroidery

Polina Szucs-Foteva - Polymer Embroidery


Project One is a pair of earrings. Created in shades of blue, it resembles an enchanted flower garden glowing in the night.

Project Two is a folklore inspired pendant. It unites the elegance of the female silhouette and the beauty of the traditional Hungarian floral motifs.

Polina Foteva - My name is Polina Foteva and I am a Bulgarian polymer clay artist based in Budapest, Hungary. My adventure with polymer clay started around 2010. Of course I fall in love with the medium, who wouldn't? I was constantly experimenting with techniques, textures, colors, you name it! I felt like a little kid who discovered a good book and dived in it's endless world. Until I found the embroidery technique. Then my heart and soul were stolen. I embraced the technique, shaped it in my own liking and made sure I perfect it. Now I am here to share my knowledge :). If your curious about my portfolio, check out my Instagram - @polina.foteva.art or my Facebook page - Polina Foteva Art (@polina.foteva.art)

Project 1 - 


  • Earring settings – preferably wider and bigger or easier working
  • Sharp blade
  • Ball tool - preferably with a small ball tip
  • Sharp sewing needle
  • Brush (optional)
  • Rubbing alcohol or acetone
  • Q-tips or make up pads
  • Polymer clay -   5 shades of blue – from the darkest to the brightest
  • White

Project 2 - 

  • Pendant setting
  • Female silhouette template
  • Sharp blade
  • Sharp sewing needle
  • Ball tool
  • Brush (optional)
  • Rubbing alcohol or acetone
  • Q-tips or make up pads
  • Pasta machine or roller
  • Polymer clay -
  •      Dark blue for the background
  •      White for the silhouette
  •      Green for the stems and the leaves
  •      Yellow, orange and red for the main flowers
  •      Pink and violet/purple for the additional flowers
  • Chain
  • 2 jumps rings
  • Pliers – round or diagonal, preferably both

Outline - Project 1

Outline - Project 2


Video 1 

Video 2

Video 3

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