Meet the Maker/ FAQ's

Photo of a woman sitting down with just her head and top half of her body visible. She is wearing glasses and long earrings designed by her. She is also wearing a dress in a bold and bright pattern which is also designed by her. The photograph contains different shapes, which are made from polymer clay in bright colours and are used as props in the photograph.
Hi! I'm Linzy, a Yorkshire lass living in Newcastle, Australia, and the artist/ maker behind the brand. 

Although I discovered polymer clay back when I was just 17 years old, it wasn't until 2018 that this versatile medium came calling again and I became aware of its endless possibilities when it comes to creating jewellery. It was May 2019 and I'd found the inspiration for my logo whilst we were in Annecy, France while my wife and I were on our honeymoon. We had barely touched back down in Australia and I was registering my new business! That was it - I was hooked and I haven't look back since.

I've always loved bright, bold patterns and have become known for this aesthetic in my work. My 3D raised polymer clay designs are the most popular, some have even been used to create silkscreens and texture stamps for the polymer clay jewellery making community. 

In 2021, I began to license my digital art with two designs currently available to license from me. Since then I've worked with a number of other artists and makers to create tote bags, scrunchies, pouches, reusable face masks, fabric earrings plus my designs have featured in 3 different dressmaking business's work.

Fast forward to 2024 and my product portfolio has widened to include digital marketing tools and resources plus an online course set to launch this year.

I hand make everything from my home studio, with the company of a small white adorable staffie, sleeping by my side.

I hope that my passion comes through in the content I create and the products I make, and that you love them as much as I enjoy creating them for you.

Linzy x

Photography credit: portrait image above, Zoë Lonergan


A 3d raw polymer clay slab for making earrings


How do I care for my new earrings?

Be gentle with your new earrings and love them like a new puppy or kitten! That includes when you put them in or remove them from your ears. Although I use the strongest glue to fix all earring posts, they still should be handled carefully. Polymer clay can be fragile so make sure you store them in a clean place out of direct sunlight, away from any oils or perfume, and don't try to bend them. This could break the clay. Try not to get wet, so remove before showering or swimming. Use a damp cloth if you need to gently clean your jewellery.

What metal do you use for your earring posts and backs?

There are lots of sensitive little ears out there. For this reason, I use surgical steel earring posts on my studs, including dangles with a stud attachment and stainless steel for all other earring findings that go through the ear. I use either comfort clutch backs which are stainless steel with a rubber grip for the larger earrings and surgical steel butterfly backs for the smaller studs. Hooks are either sterling silver or stainless steel and are always stated in the product descriptions.

Can I return my earrings if I change my mind?

Due to hygiene reasons, earrings cannot be returned for refund or exchange. Before making your purchase, please ensure you read the description of the item carefully to ensure that you know what you are purchasing.

What if my earring post comes detached? 

I will repair or replace any earrings where the post comes detached, within a reasonable timeframe of 3 months. Postage fees for returns are the customers' responsibility. Please take care when removing backs from earrings though as the jewellery is fragile. If a pattern cannot be recreated in your jewellery, then I will refund or exchange on a case-by-case basis. 

I've received my earrings but the colour looks different to the photographs on your website.

Depending on the device you are using and on your screen's brightness settings, colours will vary from one screen to another. This is in addition to the lighting when I photograph each piece. Please keep in mind that although I try to keep the photography as close as possible to the actual colours in the jewellery, there may be a slight variation in the actual piece.

My jewellery has some marks in the clay.

This is all part of the character of handmade polymer clay jewellery. There will be some slight imperfections due to the manual handling of the clay but this is natural and adds to the charm of each piece. Rest assured that every product is carefully and lovingly created and I will only sell jewellery that I am completely happy with after thorough scrutiny.