I’m in a swap at my CPS group, and our theme was Faberge Eggs. I played around with several ideas, but since I’m on a polymer clay kick, well, I thought I could make it work. I also used some lovely German Scrap from ArtChix and some rhinestones to finish them off. Whaddaya think?
To create them,Â I marbled a sheet of clay,Â cut it onto the egg-shape andÂ then added the coils with liquid clay. After curing, I applied German Scrap paper and rhinestones to round out the textural effect Finally, I mounted them onto cardboard for swapping.
The color palette is pretty intense. I wonder if I should have used pastels?
In any event, I like to participate in swaps and challenges because it causes me to look at my materials in new ways- which is a great way to grow as an artist!
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