Sunday, May 10, 2015

Faux Bone Necklace for Sculpey

I am so very proud to have one of my necklaces featured on the Sculpey website.

You can see the full tutorial here.

I took a ton of photos before I sent the necklace.

It is one of my favorite pieces.

I took photos with different tops.

To me, it has a primitive, bohemian quality.

I worked on coming up with a fox bead I liked.

This one was one of my favorites towards the end of the development phase.

I think the necklace takes on an entirely different tone with this coral top.

I personally would wear it with denim.

The faux bone technique is easy and addictive to make.

I also started playing with a white background for photos.

I used to have a light box in the house my husband made me that had tissue paper sides for diffused light.

It always had a yellow cast to the photos that I did not like.

I like these much better.

My very favorite were the photos I did in natural settings.

I feel they really suit the piece.

This one on the stone by my pond is the one Sculpey chose.

I am glad I did not have to choose because I liked so many of the natural settings like this one.

And this one.

Lucky for me, it was overcast for about 30 minutes when I did most of these photos.

I cannot wait to play some more with this technique.

What are your thoughts?

Thanks for stopping by....

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