And the winners are...DRUM ROLL PLEASE.......
1st Place: Zeborah Loray
This bead was created using Krafty Lady molds and Opals Embossing Powders.
The "hair" was done by pouring the melted embossing powder into cold water around the molded face.
The "skirt" was done using some of the gorgeous beaded fringe from After Midnight, attached with black hot glue.
Zeborah recieved a $50 After Midnight Gift Certificate
Second Place: Jeni Caulkins
Jeni recieved a $35 After Midnight Gift Certificate
Jeni will have to tell us how she created this. :)
Third Place tied between: Millie Owen and Victoria Banaszak
They each recieved a $25 After Midnight Gift Certificate
I used black polymer clay over a big fat wooden
macrame' bead. I moulded the clay in a Krafty Lady
mould of a Celtic knot and edged it with the stamp
strip from the Goddess sheet. I rubbed on some gold
Pearl ex and took some gold jump rings and smooshed em
in at the top and bottom of the circles. I took some
fringe and rolled it and sewed it tight to keep it
from coming undone and attached a lenght of fiber to it
and pulled it threw the top of the bead. I stamped the
goddess stamp onto black shrink plastic with gold
Brilliance ink pad and colored in with metalic
pencils. Added a jump ring for the star to dangle from
and wired it to the tassel with a small clay bead in
gold. Added 2 more beads of clay to the top. The one
on the top is from the Krafty Lady mold only this time
the clay was rolled onto itself.
Millie's Bead :)
Fourth Place: Barbara Tobey
Barbara recieved a $25 After Midnight Gift Certificate
Jane from San Diego
Jane's bead OPENS- and has a hidden message inside.
This one is so sweet! Love the crocheted hat.
Love those bright, vibrant colors.
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