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Jewel Thief challenged Claire Wallis to work with a large cane. She’d wanted to create a magpie for some time and this one ended up as a tree ornament. The cane is subtly shaded and the diamond was made using these instructions from Tranchedecane.

See more of Claire’s work on her Deviant site, on Flickr, and on Facebook. Thanks to Sonya Girodon for catching this link. Here’s hoping you catch some fun this weekend.


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  • reply Sonya's Polymer Creations ,

    Congratulations, Claire! Your cane is really fantastic! And thank you, Cynthia, for having published it ;-). Have a great week-end!

    • reply Piper Pixie Designs ,

      Challenge accepted!!! And what a fantastical job, Claire:) Love your work!

      • reply C. Wallis ,

        Thank you Cynthia for featuring my work 🙂

        • reply Candice Bishop ,

          Claire is certainly a master at shading. I’m always impressed with her cane work.

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