Thursday, May 15, 2014

May Progressive Challenge at Sparkle and Glitter!

It is time for May Progressive challenge at Sparkle and Glitter the Rick St Dennis EDT Blog.
The theme of this challenge is
I used Victoria McSteeme and created a handmade pendant


Supplies:
  • Sculpey III White (oven Bake Clay)
  • DecoArt Acrylic Paints (Orange, Black, Spun Gold, Royal Ruby, Copper)
  • Palmer Acrylic Paints (Slate Grey, Pure Silver)
  • Golden Fluid Acrylics (Burnt Sienna)
  • Sculpey Glossy Glaze
  • Spectrum Noir Markers (EB3, EB4, CT4, GB4, JG2, OR2, FS3, FS8)
  • Ranger's Glossy Accents
  • Jump Rings, Chain, Lobster Clasp
The pendant was sculpted entirely by hand, baked and colored to add all the details. Once dried, the glaze was applied and after drying the colored image was added. The image was sealed with Ranger's Glossy Accents. The chain was added and the piece was completed.
You can find this and many more images in Rick St Dennis Zibbet Store.
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Hope you enjoy this creations, I sure had lots of fun making them.
Thanks for stopping by!
I would like to share this project


Have fun, create and enjoy yourself!
Hugs,
Julia

6 comments:

  1. Nice detailing in the polymer clay!

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  2. Great idea und very creative.
    Thank you for playing along at SanDee&amelie's Steampunk Challenges! Kerstin

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  3. Ooops...what happened to my comment form (it suddenly disappeared)...well, next try:

    LOVE your handsculpted pendant! The colouring and details are brilliant! Thank you so much for sharing this with us at SASPC!

    Claudia x

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  4. your pendant is amazing, love it xx

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  5. Amazing creation! love it!

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