I wanted to give you all a closer look at more of the wonderful entries in the Polymer Clay Smooshers guild's Celtic Challenge. Each of these items was sculpted from polymer clay and was made specifically for this challenge. These items are for sale in the guild member's shops, so just click on the picture to be directed to the listing in their shop. And don't forget to browse around a bit while you're there- you can find all sorts of delightful creations from these artists!
This Celtic Swirl Necklace from Wyvern Designs utilizes the mica shift technique which creates a beautiful effect.
The description reads: This Ghost image or mica shift pendant has been hand made from polymer clay.It is 3" wide x 1.25" high and has a black satin cord necklace with a silver plated toggle clasp. It is approximately 21" long. A coating of Diamond Glaze really brings out the shine and enhances the ghost image of the Celtic Swirl design.
The second entry from Wyvern Designs is this lovely Monogram Celtic Knot necklace.
The description reads: This large Celtic Knot Monogrammed Pendant has been hand made from polymer clay. The pendant is 2.5" in diameter and hangs from a hand made silver artistic wire bail. The chain is 16" long. The letter G has been hand carved from the circle of polymer clay and a border of polymer clay balls have been added to provide a frame. The pendant was then sanded and buffed to a subtle sheen.
DreamweaversDesigns created this beautiful green faux leather stamped Celtic Knot Polymer Clay picture frame.
The description reads: This unique faux leather frame measures 3 1/4 inches wide by 2 1/2 high. The scalloped picture cut out is 1 inch by 1 1/2 inches. After curing, the piece was painted with a green/black mix of acrylic paints, wiped with a wet cloth and re-cured to set the paint. The entire frame was then sanded and the front was brushed lightly with liquid wax to bring up the color. The back has a removable slide for standing.
Thanks for stopping by and sharing in the Smooshers Celtic creativity! Be sure to stop back tomorrow and see what other wonderful items our members created for this fun challenge!
And don't forget to vote on the theme for our next challenge (the poll is on the upper right side of the blog)!