Holden’s Fall Leaves

Vancouver Island’s Tina Holden was inspired to create this polymer clay necklace by a recent drive in the countryside.

She added copper, variegated and gold leaf into a jade translucent polymer clay. The necklace itself is crocheted and four-strand braided with recycled glass, smokey quartz and other beads.

Holden also "rocks" and has swapped with other makers of PEBLS…that’s Polymerclay Evolved Beach Like Stones.

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  • reply Melanie West ,

    Sweet “Rocks”! I love the variety… very similar to the glacial till that covers Maine’s shores. I particularly like the red ones. They are all very inspiring. Thanks for sharing Tina’s site, Cynthia!

    • reply Gera Scott Chandler ,

      Tina’s work is simply breathtaking- I was lucky enough to participate in the PEBL Swap and I treasure the piece I received from her.

      Kudos Tina!
      xo
      gera

      • reply Kim Cavender ,

        Yay! Another rockhead! Beautiful pebbles!

        • reply Lori Scouton ,

          Tina,
          WOW! I love your leaf necklace, simply beautiful…. I make alot of leaves and am currently figuring out my first multi strand necklace with them. You are an inspiration! Thank you!
          I checked out your blog, very nice! One day I will get mine caught up to date, lol! Neat rocks and pebbles, they are so real looking.
          Congrats on the PCD feature, I’m happy to have found you.

          Lori Scouton
          http://www.clickr.com/cutesis

          • reply Lori Scouton ,

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