Today is the first day of the new month, and you all know the routine by now, right? Today I am revealing the slide shows featuring our November polymer clay artists AND telling you the results of PC Chameleon November giveaway.
So, turn on your speakers and let me show you the video slide-show I made for November:
Here is the link to this video on youtube.com:
If you prefer a silent version of this slide show, please look for it at the right side of this page.
Now, about the winner of my necklace with a poppy polymer clay bead.
With the help of the random number generator at Random.org, the winning comment was found to be comment # 1 on the November, 10 post. The lucky winner is Guadalupe Meter, whose work was already featured at Polymer Clay Chameleon in one of my October posts.
I am glad I can offer some consolation to those who did not win: you can make a similar necklace yourself! Find the poppy beads in my Etsy shop, and the necklace instructions on my blog. I also have a step-by-step tutorial for making these beads.
For the month of December, I would like to offer the results of my recent experiments with capturing lampwork look in polymer clay and resin.
Each design is applied by hand, similar to how it is done in traditional lamp-working process. I am still working on the details of this new technique, but eventually I am going to write a step-by-step tutorial explaining how to make these beads.
All you need to do to win these beads is so visit this blog and leave your comments on any post in December.
I have one more announcement for today.
Rebekah Payne nominated Polymer Clay Chameleon for the Dream Blog award.
I especially appreciate this award coming from such a talented artist as Rebekah. I wrote about her works in one of my June posts, and here is a picture of one of her recent creations:
Thank you, Rebekah!
The Dream Blog award comes with the following rules:
1. Copy the award and place it in your blog.
2. Link the person who nominated you.
3. Nominate 10 dream blogs.
4. Post links to the 10 blogs you nominate.
5. Leave a comment on each of the blogs letting them know you nominated them.
So here are my 10 Dream Blogs:
Behind each of these blogs is a talented woman, whose works and creativity I genuinely admire. All of them are the members of Polymer Clay Artist Guild of Etsy (PCAGOE), and all were featured here at Polymer Clay Chameleon earlier this year. Congratulations, ladies!