Happy Wednesday again! Spring’s official arrival is in just a few days. Yaaaaay. But here in New England it won’t appear in reality for another month or so. Booooo.
As a result, you can see the spring fever on my desk today, with all the bright and happy colors.
Click on any of the photos for a closer look.
It’s day 12 of my personal Make It In March challenge, where I’ve promised to not only make something creative every weekday in March, but to blog about it as well.
Last week I shared a kaleidoscope cane tutorial on Polymer Clay Central. Today I decided to try it for myself.
The plan was to make another square kaleidoscope cane and cover another lizard, but this design absolutely insisted on being hexagonal. I argued with it fiercely, reminding it how I dislike dealing with the 60° angles, but to no avail.
It’s pretty, but I have no idea what I’m going to do with it. Any suggestions?
Making canes is fun, it’s kinda magical to slice into one and see the results, but I think I prefer sculptural work. I’ll definitely never be one of those super-precise cane makers.
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