Ortiz De La Torre on PCDaily

This Snails 17″ necklace from Madrid’s Silvia Ortiz de la Torre shows us bright new ways with extruded polymer. We’ll have to guess how the coiled strips reveal their hints of other colors. Are they mounted on a backing or baked as a single unit?

Admire more of Silvia’s works on her blog and in her Etsy shop. Learn easy and time-saving extrusion tricks in my Craftcast class next Wednesday…I’m adding more to wow you.

Have a great weekend!

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  • reply Donna SImpson ,

    Wow!! this is great. very much my style of necklace. a lot of patience gone into this beauty.

    • reply Candice Bishop ,

      Those are so cool!

      • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

        Silvia just has a fantastic way with color.

        • reply momentocomplemento ,

          qué grande Silvia!!! 🙂
          fantastic artist 😉

          • reply Sherry Bailey ,

            Are we sure those are extruded? It kind of looks like coiled strips to me… lovely either way, though…

            • reply Silvia Ortiz de la Torre ,

              Thank you Cynthia for featuring today and everyone for your nice comments on my work!

              • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

                Sherry – I guessed right. Silvia says they’re extruded scraps!

                ct

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