Friday, November 06, 2009

Killer Queen - domino pendant GIVE AWAY

" She keeps Moet et Chandon in a pretty cabinet
'Let them eat cake' she says
Just like Marie Antoinette"







~

Here we go again art friends!

ANOTHER
DOMINO
GIVE-AWAY...

Plain and simple - just leave a comment and check back in two weeks.
I am giving away this altered art domino pendant titled:
Killer Queen

I will put all the posters (spammers will not be included) into a "hat" and pull out a winner at random.

The winner will be contacted via their blog for a mailing addy.

I would appreciate any visits to my ETSY shops while you're out looking around ... that'd be swell.


For altered art, paintings, funky jewelry includings gobs of domino pendants - visit BLUEYEDUCKSTUDIOS

For one of a kind amazing photogrpahy (great Christmas giftees for the men in your life) - visit DRIFTSTUDIOS

For artisan scarves and funky textile gadgets - visit
DUCKPUDDLE


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About my domino pendants...
Size: 1" x 2" pendant on a white 18" suede cord with clasps
Type: Exceptional DOMINO ART PENDANT NECKLACE
Mixed media (painting, collage, glaze effects)
Ingredients: domino, acrylic paints (many many many layers), antique crackle medium, glazes, collage image, ric rac ribbon/or lace, findings, metallic paint, and love

I have taken an actual game piece domino (not a bead or craft store domino) and created a very textural and lush finish with multiple paint layers, crackle medium and various glazes. There is a rich and glorious textural depth to my handpainting. The collaged image is from a collection created by the "Land of Enchantment" (an amazing artist! see her link to the left). I have added details along the edges and all the dots are painted with metallic leaf. The back side is as pretty as the front - so the pendant is reversible!




~xokatey

14 comments:

dianeclancy said...

These pendants are great!! Your shop is lovely!! Please enter me into the giveaway!

~ Diane Clancy
http://dianeclancy.com/blog

artworkbyimelda said...

Pick me, pretty please with downy duck feathers on top?
I love your work!
Imelda

Merry's Musings said...

I love your pendants. Put my name in the hat please. This pendant is just stunning.

Sharne's Bit 'n' Bobs said...

What a lovely pendant. Please include me in your give away

Bridget said...

I love this pendant & the song by Queen...Freddie has always been one of my favs...please enter me into your giveaway...
thanks honey bunny
bdorsa@bdorsa.com
bmdorsa@yahoo.com

Lille Diane said...

Your work is amazing! Do you still live in OH? I do... I'll come back with or without your EXCELLENT giveaway. But oh I'd be soooooo happy to win. Wouldn't we all?! Thank you for offering a piece of your heart with us~

Cheryl said...

gorgeous piece!

Janine said...

I love the killer queen pendant.
Please count me in.

BLUEYEDUCKstudios said...

okay - EIGHT CONTESTANTS it is :)

I will announce the winner (by RANDOM drawing) shortly!!!


xoxoxo - katey
THANK YOU girls!

BLUEYEDUCKstudios said...

Okay - by random drawing (truly!) - my son pulled one tag outta the "hat" and the winner is .....



DRUM ROLLS and BANANA SPLITS...


DIANE CLANCY!!!!!
http://dianeclancy.com/blog


(everyone - xoxoxo - come back again - there will be MORE give-away freebies !) - xoxo katey

www.blueyeduckstudios.etsy.com

dianeclancy said...

Thank you so so much!! I am shocked and delighted!!

Thank you!!

~ Diane Clancy
www.DianeClancy.com/blog
www.DianeClancy.etsy.com

Bridget said...

oh damn it...I enter blog giveaways & don't win....poor me just feeling sorry for myself...
anyway...
Congratulations DIANE !!!!!

dianeclancy said...

Thank you all for your good wishes!!

Just to let you know, I made a post heading over here and thanking you, Ducky!!

http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2009/11/i-won-the-domino-pendant-giveaway/

~ Diane Clancy
www.DianeClancy.com/blog
www.DianeClancy.etsy.com

Aalina Eden said...

Here are a couple of really easy pendants you can make that would be good Christmas or holiday gifts this year. I used CopprClay, but you could use any other metal clay you wanted, or even polymer clay. Since these end up looking somewhat like fossils, it would be interesting to experiment with some of the “granite ” colored polymer clays, or to mix your own faux stone. Vintage Rings