I attacked my scrap clay pile yesterday, determined to whip it into something pretty. After two days of trying to make turquoise, purple and orange look good together for the September PCAGOE color combination challenge (more about that later), I desperately needed to get back to my soothing earthtones and neutrals.
These were made with scraps of translucent, pearl, black, silver, coral, sage green, and bronze clay, most of which had already been treated with embossing powders of different colors. Man, I love vintage image transfers and embossing clay, but marbling was the first thing I learned how to do, and nothing is more cathartic than mixing a bunch of different colors together just to see what patterns emerge. Luckily, these pretty stripedy pendants will make lovely accessories those Charcoal Gray suits and outfits the 2009 Fall color forecaster says we will all be sporting in a few weeks.
Unfortunately, play time is over and I must get back to the drawing board and make a decent entry in the September challenge. Stay tuned for the results!