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Verdigris Gingko Leaves on Antique Copper


About this design:

The polymer clay pendant was created by me using an embossing technique. I added fluted copper barrel beads, carved African Turquoise teardrops, African Turquoise Rounds, copper filigree bead caps, and a 28mm copper toggle clasp.

Components:

polymer clay, Copper, african turquoise

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    K H says:

    Wow, I REALLY like this one – the colors are so calming :)

  2. Dragons Chicky
    Dragons Chicky says:

    The pendant popped out at me and I knew it was your property!! Love this!!
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  3. Kathryn Lobert
    Kathryn Lobert says:

    WOW!! Love the whole thing, but the pendant is incredible!!

  4. ChickyD aka Debra
    ChickyD aka Debra says:

    Ditto!!!!!!

  5. Fashion Chick aka SC
    Fashion Chick aka SC says:

    Beautiful! Love the turquoise and copper combo.

  6. Cotopaxi Chickie Sue
    Cotopaxi Chickie Sue says:

    This is stunning, Lynda! Love that pendant, and you’ve balanced it well with the copper and turquoise accents! A fav, for sure!

  7. Lynn Eileen Chicky LE
    Lynn Eileen Chicky LE says:

    Lynda, you’ve done it again! That is an amazing pendant — I just love it!!! Your necklace colors and beads are perfect complements to the pendant — I just don’t know how you make everything work so well! :D

  8. Leigh D
    Leigh D says:

    I love, love, love this – the colors are amazing!

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    Lynda aka DivaChick says:

    Thank you all, I just love how supportive this group is, it means so much to get your feedback!!!

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    Starsparkle Spiral Chick says:

    Stunning design & I absolutely love that pendant!

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    Deb D Grammy Chick says:

    WOW!!! That pendant is amazing! You,ve really used the perfect components to show it off. I would love to know how you do such awesome things with polymer clay, your work is always beautiful!! :D

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    Lynda aka DivaChick says:

    Thanks, ladies. Deb, you are very kind. It takes a lot of patience and practice, practice, practice. :)

  13. Chicky Bear-Tara
    Chicky Bear-Tara says:

    This is beautiful! Love your pendant and love the African Turquoise with the copper!

  14. Happy Chick aka Harriet
    Happy Chick aka Harriet says:

    Ditto!!! to Tara’s comment. Superb! :-)

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    Lynda aka DivaChick says:

    Thank you both!

  16. Happy Chick aka Harriet
    Happy Chick aka Harriet says:

    Superb! Love the pendant and the perfect match up with the copper and African Turquoise. :-)

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    Lynda aka DivaChick says:

    Thank you, Harriet. :)

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    Marcia e says:

    Gorgeous!!! I love your polymer pendant- the turquoise and copper were perfect pairings with it.

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    Lynda aka DivaChick says:

    Thank you, Marcia!

  20. doktordesigns
    doktordesigns says:

    Just gorgeous!

  21. Sali Jo GemsChica Chick
    Sali Jo GemsChica Chick says:

    ANOTHER FABULICIOUS DESIGN! LOVE THE COLORS!

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    Lynda aka DivaChick says:

    Thank you both! :)

  23. Smoky Rose
    Smoky Rose says:

    omg, omg, omg! Lynda, this is awesome! I’m not sure which part I like more – the strand or the pendant! this is another thing I’d like to play with, polymer clay. do you bake it in your own kitchen oven – or have a separate oven? I’ve heard that it’s safe, just wanna hear it a few more times. push me over the fence, PLEASE! – because whoa….. if I could do ‘anything’ like this, I’d be one happy camper.

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    Lynda aka DivaChick says:

    Hi, Smoky Rose. I just picked you up and threw you over the fence. LOL

    Thank you so much. I have a nesco roaster oven that I dedicated for polymer clay. You are not supposed to use tools or utensils, etc. for food after you use them with clay, so I play it safe and sacrificed my nesco. Many of my fellow PCAGOE members use toaster ovens, too, and I have heard of using your kitchen oven, but pc gives off fumes when it bakes and leaves a chemical residue behind, so I think it is best to use something else and in a well-ventilated place.

    As long as the toaster/roaster, etc. can bake at 265 to 275 degrees farenheit for 30 minutes per 1/4″ thickness, you’re good to go.

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    Faithful Chick aka Faith says:

    This necklace is a work of art. The pictures of it really help to see all of the creation.

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