Member Project Photos – Leopard Cane Animal Print Jewelry

Polymer Clay Artists “Since I am
Jewelry Jungle,
this is so purrrrfect
for my business. I love
it!” ~Laurel-B

This blog is a community meeting spot for polymer clay artists of all skill levels. It is a place for learning and applying new techniques that have been taught over at the Polymer Clay Tutor Video Library.

And for everyone’s benefit, enjoyment, inspiration… there is a Facebook Photo Gallery that makes it quick and easy to share pictures of your polymer clay projects.

The selection of Vol-024-2 Leopard Cane Images showcased below, is just a small sampling from the 389 Facebook photos uploaded to date. Way to go guys! As your Tutor, it makes me very proud to see how much everyone is accomplishing.

This is so purrrrfect for my business. Since I am Jewelry Jungle, my boxes and bags are leopard print. Now I can use this cane to make little charms to go on my business cards. Thank you sooo much. I love it! ~Maria-C

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Member Project Photos: Leopard Cane Polymer Jewelry

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The Leopard Animal Print Jewelery photos posted above were submitted by: Lisa-W, Brenda-M, Jan-W, Jeanne-C, Linda-B and Loretta-C. If you have any questions or compliments for these talented polymer clay artists, please use the comment section below.

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  1. Bonnie Kreger, 16 September, 2010

    These are all beautiful and unique. Those are WOW. I want them all. LOL.

  2. Lisa Whitham, 16 September, 2010

    Yet another technique I just love! Thanks Cindy!! Great work everyone!!

    ~Lisa :)

  3. Jeanne C., 16 September, 2010

    How fun to see my pendant featured in this months member projects. I loved this tutorial and it’s perfect for this year fashion trends! Lots of animals prints are being featured in the stores. Because of Cindy and Doug we’ll all be displaying our “wild side” In style! :)

  4. Joyce M, 16 September, 2010

    Love everyone’s work, way to go!

  5. Lupe Meter, 16 September, 2010

    Beautiful…love everyone’s work!

  6. Lawrence, 16 September, 2010

    I really like the animal prints as well and think the Leopard is my favorite. I just finished watching Maggie Maggio’s vid ( ) for large closed jump ring bracelets etc. and can see the leopard cane being put to another good use.

  7. Elizabeth S., 16 September, 2010

    I’m packing everything I need to learn this technique. I just love everyone’s work and everywhere one looks there are animal prints. They are really all the rage right now.

    Off topic: I’m writing this from the waiting room of the local Chevrolet dealer. The hydraulic thingamajigs on the tailgate of my car decided to crash. I think my car is trying to get out of the twelve hour trek coming up soon or maybe it wants to make it more difficult for me to load almost my entire craft room. Maybe it’s a sign. However, they do have the parts in stock and are fixing it while I wait. Maybe that’s the sign. Think I’m superstitious? Or just nuts?

  8. Phaedrakat, 23 September, 2010

    @Elizabeth, you’re a nut, but a super fun one! I’m so glad you made it safely to Texas, although I’m sorry you had car troubles along the way. I’m going to believe that it wasn’t a bad sign…the stars are in alignment, and your grandbaby is coming soon — yippee!

  9. Loretta Carstensen, 16 September, 2010

    Everyone’s work is beautiful. I love this Leopard Cane. Thanks for featuring my bracelet, Cindy.

  10. Linda K., 21 September, 2010

    Each and every one of these pieces are gorgeous!

  11. Cherie, 24 September, 2010

    Wow, just beautiful work! Are the bangles done with the brass bangle blanks? I love the pendant too with the wirework and crystal dangles.

  12. Jan W., 24 September, 2010


    Thanks sooo much for including my designs with all these wonderful artists! I am truly honored.

  13. Kimberly Tracy, 27 September, 2010

    I love the tutorals on butterflly canes and the tear-drop skinner blend method. Fabulous. I even have been modifying with another skinner blending technique by Barbara McGuire to make it even more efficient. KT

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