Well, that depends. If you are talking about Rebecca Daniels, then there is no end to the talent that dwells in her. I can count on one hand the times that I have seen an artist, who is not only able to excel in every area, but Rebecca does not just excel, she sets standards. This beautiful woman actually does not see why the excitement around her work. She is a very eclecic artist, who uses a large variety of medums. She creates cards, she scraps, she paints, and she creates jewlery. Take a look at the different creations that has designed. Make sure to check out Rebecca's blog, and I believe you will be just as amazed as I always am to see what she has been up to. Here is just an appetizer,
The pill box from a repurposed eclipse mint can with rubber stamps, polymer clay, and acrylic paint.
This is made from Precious Metal Clay, which is pliable and works much like clay, but when fired in a kiln is 99.9% pure silver. To add the texture, I used rubber stamps. I also cut several rubber stamps from erasers to impress in the clay to make some of the links in this bracelet. The antiquing is done with Liver of Sulfur.After I made this bracelet, I was hooked on jewelry making and is one of the pieces that inspired me to become a PMC certified artisan. (I am a certified PMC artisan through Rio Grande - received in 2008).
Butterfly Princess - This is a pendant I made with a rubber stamp (Stampin Up!) and a product called BronzClay - similar to PMC, except instead of fine silver, it's bronze after it's fired in the kiln.
Maya Road chipboard book that I decorated over my vacation in April.
Book Bling - Book mark with envelope. 2 photos. Made with rubber stamps, various embellishments, and office supply hardware.