Originally uploaded by coltpixy
I really love this mica shift technique. All five of these are the same color brick red, but the design in each one is different.
These are made using a technique called mica shift. I love this because it looks 3 dimensional yet it is not. The pieces are smooth as glass. I made 15 of these to list on Art Fire but they all sold locally yesterday when friends dropped by and saw them and called more friends. Today I am going to make more so I can list them.
Google "mica shift" and you will find a great YouTube tutorial fully explaining the technique and its origins.
The two here were never for sale. The burnt orange one I made for my sister and the pink one is for my mom.
Imagine That creates absolutely gorgeous beads with polymer clay. If you are lucky enough to live near Evansville, Indiana she teaches classes in her store there. You can find her beautiful beads and more in her Art Fire studios
The owner of CalysJewelryCreations is a sweet soul with a big heart. She has a love for the ocean that shows in much of her work. Recently she has been making polymer clay pendants that have a ceramic look. This heart is just one example. Visit her shop to see what other goodies she has to offer.