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A unique large colorful polymer clay bib necklace, created with yellow, pink, purple, orange and red stripes. It has a very summery feel to it, and the colors and irregular shapes make it really playful.

I got the idea for this necklace as I was gathering all my Cheshire Cat Grin necklaces together to feature them in one pic. This is the first version. For this necklace the stripes have simply been placed on a black polymer clay base which was cut out as one shape. I then hung it on black leather cords and finished it off with a fish hook I made from black colored wire. Some sanding and buffing and voila! :)

It is very lightweight despite its size.


Ships worldwide, priority and registered, in a padded envelope wrapped in bubble wrap for extra protection. Shipping to Europe usually takes 5-7 working days, to the USA anything from 7 working days to about 2 weeks. To other locations it depends on the actual location, so if you'd like me to inquire about it, please feel free to convo me.

This necklace is absolutely one-of-a-kind, I will not repeat it.

You can take a look at my Cheshire Cat Grin necklace collection here:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/HunkiiDorii?section_id=11320915

or look around for something else:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/HunkiiDorii?ref=si_shop

The necklace is my own design and is entirely handmade from polymer clay and leather cords.

Circus bib statement necklace - bold colorful striped polymer clay necklace in pink, purple, red, orange and yellow hues one-of-a-kind


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: polymer clay, leather cord, wire
  • Ships worldwide from Hungary
  • Feedback: 51 reviews
  • Favorited by: 80 people