Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Polymer clay and brass filigree


It's hard to make polymer clay pieces look luxurious.

I found that one way to lend polymer clay that classy look of "real jewelry" is to combine it with metals. You don't need expensive gold or sterling silver.

Here I used inexpensive raw brass filigree to set simple clay medallions. I call these my Moroccan-inspired collection.


More photos on flickr.

5 comments:

Sara said...

just gorgeous! take a look at my crafty blog, i think you'll like it!
http://www.creativejewishmom.com

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

I love what you made! They really do have a Moroccan look to them. Lovely!

frogfunk said...

Hi!

Just wanted to know if you can also procure chains from Wellmansons at Quiapo.

Thanks!

Angeli said...

Thank you Sara!

Hello Cindy! It means a lot coming from you. :) Thanks!

Hi frogfunk! No they are not available in Quiapo. But they are available from The Beadlady at Cubao Expo. :)

u said...

hi love you work , and i really want to know , what kind of clay did you use to make brass Filigree look really gold ,and nice ,,,,,love it

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