I just finished up my entry in Polymer Clay Collective’s Faux Challenge.

Click on any of the photos for a closer look.


I decided to try faux ivory this time around.  The technique is fairly simple, it’s just layers of translucent, white and ecru clay.


I covered a small cardboard box with clay and textured it with a rubber stamp.  Then came the fun part, sculpting a dragon for the top.  She’s not perfect, but I kinda like her.  🙂


She has a slightly manic look from this angle.  Huh.  Not what I had planned.

After baking, antiquing with some burnt umber acrylic paint brought out the texture .

Go on over to the Polymer Clay Collective to see all the challenge entries.

Happy creating!

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