Mica Shift mosaic

Mica Shift

Here I was looking for a clear pattern with definite illusion of depth. Seems silver is a favorite to use for this technique followed closely by gold. I’m quite impressed with the red ones as it’s so difficult to get red to shift well.

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1. Polymer Clay Mica Shift Pillow Bead Bracelet, 2. “Silver Honey” MadeItMyself.com/user/ArtisticAprilee.aspx, 3. micashiftpendants, 4. micashift rose, 5. Blissful Heart , 6. etoiles_cuivre, 7. Autumn Leaves Pendant, 8. Antique Gold Filigree Mokume Gane Pendant 1, 9. Hearts of Gold, 10. Mica shift inro, 11. Bangle, 12. Léonie

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Published in: on March 22, 2009 at 10:03 am  Comments (4)  

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  1. Thank you so much for including my hearts—and on my guildmate Kim Schlink’s behalf, her wooonderful silver inro!
    Yours,
    R M Ketzel

  2. What beautiful pieces! I am honored that you included my Blissful Heart. Thank you!
    A.S. Edwards aka ColtPixy

  3. They all look so wonderful!
    I was lucky enough to receive two of the red heart key chains made by Coltpixy and they are even prettier in real life. She is very talented!

  4. Hi, just came across your blog and wanted to thank you for including my Antique Gold brooch in your mica shift collection! Great blog, I love the way you post by color, fantastic idea!

    Thanks again,
    Lynda


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