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Polymer Christmas Bib Necklace by cynamonspice Polymer Christmas Bib Necklace by cynamonspice
Available from Sweetystuff on Etsy!

Christmas is my favourite time of year so this piece really does contain a whole lot of love :o) Completely handmade by moi from polymer glitter clay, a beautiful, one of a kind, stunning, Christmas theme bib necklace. I'm really not sure where to start with this gorgeous piece :o) First of all I started with a polymer base. I made (without moulds) Christmas candy canes, a iced sugar cookie/biscuit, satsuma, apple, Xmas candies/sweets, red and gold roses and chrysanthemums, a large sugared mince pie, Christmas pudding with white glitter icing and two red bows. I finished the piece with red and green thin satin ribbons/bow and a gorgeous Poinsettia (separate to bib) that can be removed if desired. The entire necklace was made from scratch and is a unique one of kind piece that no one in the world will have. I have to say I personally think it is a gorgeous statement piece that any genuine Christmas lover will adore.
The necklace is a bit difficult to measure very accurately, but I would say The bib is roughly 122mm across 60mm and the detachable poinsettia is 50-52mm across. The necklace is in traditional Christmas colours other than the apple and satsuma.
I took about two entire (not just working hours) days to make this piece hence the price tag.
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MayEbony Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh my goodness, this is amazing!!! I was only looking at a fruit mince pie during this week and wondering how to make the mince in polymer clay - they shrugged and decided it was too hard. Well done!!!
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Talty Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2013   Artisan Crafter
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