Sunday, September 27, 2009

Think Pink Swap

Sunday, September 27, 2009
These are the pink charms I made for the Think Pink charm swap on Amber Dawn's blog awhile back.

They are made of polymer clay then painted with acrylic paints. I used head pins to attach them to jump rings and added beads and flower sequins. These sequins were a gift from a blogger I met at the first ArtFiberFest, Diane Moore, as well as several packages of vintage glass buttons and purple rose beads. Every time I use these goodies in my projects I think of her and the fun we had. :)

And then because packaging is so important, I wrapped them in pink tissue and put them in little manila envelopes then tied them up with red and pink baker's twine that had a polymer cane bead slipped on it and a tag.

7 comments:

Marie S said...

Well done Francie, the little faces are so cute and happy.
I love the way you finished everything and sent them, nice!

Francie Horton said...

Thanks, Marie. :) I ended up painting them because my caning skills were awful. LOL

At times I am so envious of those of you who create amazing works of art with clay. It just blows my mind. :)

inventivesoul said...

So pretty!
You should be getting your returns very soon!
No mail delivery tomorrow, so maybe by Tuesday!

Francie Horton said...

So awesome! Looking forward to it! Thanks for hosting, Amber. :)

t.Roberts said...

Oh Francie! You've really outdone yourself with these... I've already come back several times to look at them because they make me SMILE! Sierra and I LOVE them!!!

Francie Horton said...

The little faces do make you happy, don't they? :D

hm said...

Hi ~~~Thank you for your cute charm, I just received. It'll be a happy addition to my bracelet.

~~~~~~~Holly