HALF-WAY, Week 26 of the Polymer Clay Challenge

Posted on July 2, 2015 in Polymer Clay Challenge, Polymer Clay Dragons by Katie Oskin

2015 Polymer Clay Challenge

2015 Polymer Clay Challenge, Week 26 by KatersAcres | #2015PCChallenge

Week 26 – Halfway Mark

My 2015 polymer clay challenge was to create (at least) one polymer clay dragon & one new Parker a week. You can read my personal challenge here. Each participant is encouraged to challenge themselves to something they want to do. Let’s see what this week brought me…

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This week marks the halfway point for this year’s polymer clay challenge. If you’ve made it this far, you are on top of your game and doing good. I hope that you have noticed the point of the project in your own clay designs; by this point you should see a difference in your work if you are not used to claying and creating every day. Your work & designs should be steadily improving.

Meet Milky Way

Polymer Clay Galaxy Dragon, "Milky Way" by KatersAcresMilky Way is a new dragon from my Galaxy series. The Galaxy dragons come out only at night. Their skin in black and covered in star-like sparkles to help them blend in with the night sky. Milky Way is trendy and in style. He makes friends easily and can be seen every night. He has blue gradient coloring, just like the galaxy he comes from. He finds great joy in sitting and looking up at the stars and into the galaxies beyond. He is a jointed dragon with movable arms & legs.

Adopt Andromeda Here

Components Used: Hand-blended Custom Color Premo! Polymer ClayBlack Glass eBeadsMica PowdersBlending ChalksAcrylic PaintSwarovski Hot Fix Crystal

Join the 2015 Polymer Clay Challenge

Are you looking to challenge & stretch yourself, increase your skills, & be productive in 2015? Come on & join us. Take part in this worldwide, global initiative to make 2015 the BEST year for polymer clay ever! CLICK HERE to find out more information & learn how to join.

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Thanks for joining me today,



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