Friday, August 29, 2014

Hot Pink Interlocking Circles

I love the workshops taught at Clay Carnival and the fun of discovering new products.  While at Clay Carnival, I had the opportunity to purchase some of the brand NEW Kato Flourescent Pink to use to make my Interlocking Circle Cane taught by Sarah Shriver.  Thank goodness for my table mate, Becky Acosta of Bliss Point Creations.  She helped me literally turn things around.  I have taken several of Sarah Shriver's workshops and want to take another.  I am in awe of her talent and art.
Above left is the cane I made in Sarah's workshop.  After I reduced it, I cut some cane slices to cover my drawer pull burnisher, made two interchangeable tops for the "Snap" ring and a couple pair of earrings.

4 comments:

Miss Eagle said...

OMG! Love the colours!!!!!

Barbara said...

Hot pink, indeed, and stunning. Of course I don't have a clue how this is done, and polymer art is not my thing, but I love the look of your work, so I just keep following! It makes me smile!

Its All About Creating said...

Thank you ladies. Thank you for commenting.

Becky Acosta said...

Glad I could help, Marlene :) Your cane came out nice. Love the bright colors. Your pieces look great! Makes me wish I had made my cane in something other than the colors we were given in class.