by Melody Tallon.
(Mt Riverview, NSW, Australia)
I had some very simple bullseye canes left over from a previous project and a wooden bangle blank crying out to be covered with polymer clay. More leftovers of black and white clay were rolled into a thin sheet to make the lining of the bangle. Then a pristine white outer layer was attached and the fun bit began.
Slices of the canes were cut and pushed onto the white surface in organic groupings, ensuring each barnacle had a hollowed center. Once the barnacles were attached, the whole piece was then cured. I used a permanent marker to color the black outlines and make the dalmatian-like spots, and I finished it with a polymer varnish.
I just love black and white and this bangle makes me happy!
This is great
I love black and white (clothing and jewelry) so this is very appealing to me. Great bangle with lots of character.
Your work is outstanding and this a gorgeous bracelet, I would wear it all the time.
Very interesting, and I really like it!
Thanks so much for your comments – they’re appreciated.
by: Lorraine/Wired Orchid
Your workmanship is top-notch and the bracelet is so unique. Great design and simplicity. Just beautiful.
by: Tina – CreatedWithFire Studios
I had to pin this one, it is so beautiful ! http://pinterest.com/createdwithfire/polymer-clay-that-fun-crazy-stuff/
I do appreciate your comments, ladies. So nice of you to take the time to write it down and let me know. Thanks heaps