Pink Poinsettia Earrings | Polymer Clay Flowers

Pink Poinsettia Earrings - Polymer Clay TutorGallery (12 pics): “Dainty layered petals lightly dusted with golden powder and season’s greetings.” ~Cindy Lietz

With Christmas right around the corner, how about a pair of pretty pink poinsettia earrings? Hand sculpted using lovely shades of Pink and Green polymer clay, these dainty layered petals are lightly dusted in Gold powder and hung from Rose Gold Earwires. They are the perfect unique accessory for your Christmas Holiday outfit.

I hope you continue to do these gallery posts Cindy. I wouldn’t mind if you did them more often. To me they are quite valuable in showing me how I can describe and lay out my work to their best advantage. Even your pricing is helpful. I don’t know if it’s you or Doug that is the marketing genius, or the combination of the both of you. Whichever it is, please don’t stop the way you do things. It’s ALL valuable teaching and I thank you. ~Angela-M

Pink Poinsettia Polymer Clay Earrings Gallery (12 pics):

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Right earring length is 2″ (50mm) and left is 1 3/4″ (45mm).

Price: $20 (US): Pink Poinsettia Earrings – If you are interested in purchasing the jewelry item shown in today’s gallery post, then please contact us. Be sure to include your full mailing address so we can work out the shipping cost and get back to you with payment instructions.

By the way, if you did not get a chance to see the last special Gallery feature, here is a direct link: Tidal Pools Polymer Clay Earrings

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  1. Jeanne C., 05 December, 2011

    Cindy these are really pretty and just in time for the holidays! I hope we’ll see a tutorial for these. I would love to use them as gift tags, and after they could hang them from their Christmas tree.

  2. Patricia Z, 05 December, 2011

    Hi Cindy,
    These are simply beautiful and have to agree with Jeanne. I would love to see how you make these in a future tutorial. So many possibilities with what we could make them into, not to mention all of the Christmasy colors that we could play with.

  3. Cherie, 05 December, 2011

    I’d love a tutorial too. I’ve been wanting to try ta poinsettia flower for some time. I love molding flowers but I know Cindy , you will make it so simple!

  4. Maria, 05 December, 2011

    Absolutely beautiful! and I am very intrigued in how you did the backs of the earrings… I think I have an idea, but you always put a very creative and improved spin to all you make, Cindy … : )

  5. pattw35, 07 December, 2011

    How festive ! So feminine, too……….Tute please !!

  6. Cindy Lietz, 07 December, 2011

    Thanks guys! Hmm Tute Eh? Maybe I can arrange something? ;-)

  7. Dia H, 08 December, 2011

    I always like flower..I am agree with Pattw35 .Tute please…..

  8. June P, 09 December, 2011

    Cindy you are the best! I am amazed at the techniques you are willing to share. I have finally had time to review the list of back issue videos and have purchased everything up to Vol-033 before my membership began. I have already tried some of the techniques and am very excited about doing a lot more. I will be following you weekly. Thanks again,

  9. Cindy Lietz, 09 December, 2011

    June – So glad to hear that you have now completed your library collection. Can’t wait to see how your projects are coming along. ~Cindy

  10. Marge K, 17 December, 2011

    Cindy how did you get the poinsettia charms to look so shinny? Thanks

  11. Cindy Lietz, 19 December, 2011

    Hi Marge, the shiny finish just comes from a little Gold Pearl Ex powder dusted on the the petals, rather than the chalk pastel. Hope that helps!

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