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We were always told as kids to "stay in the lines" when coloring in a coloring book. I always colored inside the lines, but that was kind of boring. As I grew older my own drawings replaced coloring books and I realized that coloring outside the lines was quite liberating and much more interesting. This necklace is a great reminder that it's OK to color outside of the lines. It can also just be a fun reminder of childhood or a way to share your favorite color with the world.

This listing is for a 2 x 1/4" pendant created in a black polymer clay with red acrylic paint. The pencil is an original design and is created with a hand carved stamp. It is distressed and sealed with a clear gloss sealer. Due to the random nature of distressing, each pendant will be slightly different. The pendant will be strung on an 18" gunmetal finished chain with a lobster clasp.

More colors to come!

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The last photo shows all the pendants currently in my "Tools of the Trade" Series. Follow this link to see them all:
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Back to School - Red Crayon Necklace - Color Outside the Lines

$30.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: polymer clay, acrylic paint
  • Feedback: 1558 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Maryland, United States
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