Monday, August 31, 2015

September Challenge Letters

For our September challenge we are featuring "Letters." Vote for your favorites. one lucky voter will be chosen in a drawing to win a gift certificate from one of our sponsor shops.

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1. Fantasy Garden Letter by Lisa of HiGirls
A large wooden letter ( 5 inches tall) covered with tinted translucent clay with wild abandon and highlighted with acrylic paint.
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2. "Everlasting Plaque" by Marcy of marcympc
This is a 4" x 5" plaque than can be hung on a wall with the included hook or used as a refrigerator or file magnet. Several polymer clay shapes were prepared, attached to one another and enhanced with various charms to create this piece

3. Very Cool Stuff by Betsy of StrebeDesigns
I decided to give my work area more of a artsy creative feel, so I have been making containers to hold my tools, toothpicks, ink applicators, etc.

This one says "Very Cool Stuff" on the front and "Creative Zone" on the back. The sailboat comes from one one of my own stamps. Sailboats are significant in my life; I sailed with my favorite uncle as a kid so the sailboat reminds me of him. That makes this more special to look at while I am creating.  For a look inside the process, more views and some of my other containers see

4. Granite "O" by Susan of 11BOLDstreet
Decorative faux granite "O" was formed of chopped polymer, in black, grays, silver leaf and translucents. I covered a scrap polymer base, just over 5" high. It's been sanded through many grades, but alas, I'm away from my buffing wheel and don't know how it's ultimately going to turn out in time for Challenge submission.... I have high hopes for a high shine!!

5. Life is Art Mosaic by Arlene of HarrisonHollow
The theme for this month's PCAGOE Challenge is ABC's. The message in the middle of the star says "Life is the Art of Drawing without an Eraser". For more about how this beautiful mosaic star was created, go to

6. Light Switch Cover Beach Scene by Freda of FredaK
Features words Faith, Hope, Love.

7. Love Hope Buttons by Line of PlaySculptLive
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8. A Walking Polymer Advertisement by Beth of CreateMyWorldDesigns
Liquid polymer plus additives were used to paint my business logo onto this T-shirt. To read more about this project, please visit my blog:

9. Granny Squares Afghan What Not Box by Angela of polymerclaycreations
A cute little storage box for all your sewing, crocheting what nots or just any old thing. This is an Altoids tin repurposed with polymer clay canes made to look like crocheted granny squares made into an afghan.

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