Disclaimer: I'm CRAP with polymer clay. But I enjoy playing with it anyway.
I was looking at all the nifty projects made from polymer canes and finally decided I had to try it. So I dragged out the box of fimo and started rolling. This was about the time my hubby gave me a sidelong glance and asked, "Are you sure you know what you're doing?" Well. I couldn't lie to the man. So I told him the truth: Nope.
After a couple of minutes of silence-and rolling-he sort of shifted in his seat and said, "Well, um, don't you think that's an awful lot of fimo to waste if it goes wrong?" That's when I pulled out my how-dare-you-question-my-crafting-abilities stare.
To be honest, I was uber nervous myself...But when I showed him the finished project my hubby grinned and sort of giggled. He pronounced it "Not bad at all." That alone is enough for me to count it as a sucess!
Anywho...Since it's too late to make a long story short...My first attempt at a polymer cane! (Oh, and two earrings I just had to make to go with it.)
The necklace fits perfectly on my collarbone which makes me happy.
And here's the roll, cut into pieces. Should've taken one as I was working but I never expected it to work.
You probably can't see it but the red and the darker green have glitter in them. Comments and suggestions would be very helpful!