Voting will end on Thursday night.....so don't delay on your choice!
Juliette of Art In the Redwoods brings us this lovely flame painted leaf necklace.
December ASM Challenge
Fire Painted Copper (another view of the previous) necklace - copper, mookaite beads, ceramic beads, polymer clay beads.
Viki of Lorie Lynn Designs brings us a glass enamled heart necklace. And it's one of her first attempts at enamel....pretty neat huh?
Valorie from VCArtisanOriginals brings us a lovely necklace that I'm sure her mom loved.
"My mom's gift: a rustic textured, blue patina'd copper bezel and a blue and red Sonoran Sunset cabochon that I purchased from Cabbingrough (Laura). The cab was so gorgeous I pierced out the backplate so you can see the reds in the back.
Elizabeth from ResurrectionSilver made this amazing necklace....so dreamy!!
My challenge piece this month is created with Prismacolor on copper. I've been itching to try this technique for over a year and this challenge was the perfect push. It's a long necklace on an oxidized copper chain with glass and copper bead embellishments. The focal piece is just under 3" square and is like a mini copper framed painting inspired by my favorite artist - VanGogh. In fact, I have had a huge 4x3' canvas for about 3 years just waiting for me to paint this design on it and hang it in my living room.
Gloria from Hemlock Hollow Creations, who gave us this challenge, brings us a necklace ready for your Valentine.
Esme from Silverblueberry made these neat earrings...can't tell she's a scientist, can you?
Dengue virus earrings. Etched pattern, color is glass paint.
Cindy from Devine Designs made this wonderful cuff bracelet with a heat patina.
"heat patina cuff. copper cuff with heat patina, line folds, and reverse dapping"
Angela from A&J Jewelry Designs brings us a pretty cool take on a dog tag.
Remember the etched lips? Well, I always wanted to do something with them, and the December challenge was just the thing to get me to pull them out again. The lips are mine, etched with ferric chloride into copper, and then the color is Sharpie marker colored on, and then slightly rubbed back off with steel wool. I haven't clear coated it yet because I wanted to get the picture, but I will use a Rustoleum clear coat to seal the color in.
Anne from Metalworks Jewelry gives us these pretty earrings.....the bright blue is great!
Sam from Copper Sunsets entered this amazing fish!!