Tuesday, September 1, 2009


Before announcing the winner of our August giveaway, I want to show you the slide show I made for the artists featured here on Polymer Clay Chameleon in August.

As always, I have two versions. The one with music is below:

A silent version of this slide show is in the lower right corner of the page.

The giveaway prize this month was a polymer clay pendant from my new line. It has an image created with a hand-made stamp based on my own drawing. The pendant is covered with clear resin and is very smooth and pleasant to touch. It comes with a sterling silver bail and a black multi-ribbon necklace.

To choose the winner, I asked my daughter to give me a random number from 2 to 31. She said 4. That is the day when the winning comment was made. Since there were two comments made on that day, I asked her for the second number, and she said 2. So, the winner is the person who made the second comment on the August, 4 post. This person is Mary of WonderfulWire.etsy.com. Mary makes amazing paintings in polymer clay. Her works were featured in my blog earlier this year, on June, 16. I hope Mary will enjoy my pendant.

The new prize for September is a set of my faux lampwork earrings and a pendant in black, white, green, and aqua tones. The focal parts are made out of polymer clay and resin. All you need to do in order to win it is to visit my blog and leave comments on any of my September posts. The more often you comment, the greater is your chance of winning.

For those who do not believe in their luck, I can offer a step-by-step tutorial explaining how to make such focal parts. You may find it on my web site as well as in my Etsy shop.


  1. The video is great Eugena, got refreshed on some of the posts of your I missed in August.

    Congrats to the winner of your stunning pendant!

  2. Thank you so much Eugena!! What a wonderful and unexpected surprise! :)))

  3. GRATZ to the pendant winner. Love the faux lampwork earrings.Makes me want to lift my work up another notch.

  4. Thanks for inviting me into your blog world. There are so many talented artists posted here!


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