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Kaleidoscopic Polymer Clay Cane $25 Gift Certificate Giveaway from Ikandiclay


Remember the feature I wrote about Ivy Nile's amazing kaleidoscopic polymer clay canes?  Well, ikandiclay is back!  This time with a $25 gift certificate giveaway for one lucky winner. Ivy is a super seller on Etsy not just because she makes beautiful canes.

Her canes are incredibly complex - particularly the kaleidoscopic ones.  Shown below is just one section of a giant kaleidoscope which she will eventually reduce down in size.  Few people are willing to work with 5-7 lbs of clay and take hours and hours to produce a single cane!  So it is no surprise other polymer clay artists get her canes to augment their own work.


Her nature themes are outstanding too.











Giveaway
If you'd like to win this ikandiclay $25 gift certificate giveaway for any of her polymer clay canes,   please make a comment below. Make sure you leave contact info below if you do not have an online shop or blog.

Email subscribers need to scroll down the post they receive, click on Share Comment and enter your comment. Pick Name/URL. If you don't have a store or blog, leave the URL blank.

This giveaway is international.

Extra entries if you become or are a blog subscriber or follower etc. If you also do shout outs about this giveaway, those will count as additional entries too! Please say so in the comments. (The exception is Facebook - just like/comment on the giveaway status there!!)

It ends in a week's time at 6 pm EST Monday, November 26, 2018. I will pick the winner randomly and announce the results as soon as possible after. So be sure to leave a contact email if you don't have an online link or make sure you come back and check! Otherwise I will redraw in a week. Good luck!

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25 comments:

  1. Wow! I work with polymer clay and I know just how much work goes into a simple cane - so these are awesome! Thanks for sharing! - Sue Duffy susanduffy@hotmail.com

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  2. just stunning! ty for this chance. blog follower at auravisionrose@peoplepc.com

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  3. Wow! These are gorgeous! I can imagine all sorts of uses for them.

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  4. Very lovely! Soldiersmomma160@hotmail.com

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  5. I am learning polymer clay and would love to have anything from such a talented person.
    tdm6926@bellsouth.net

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  6. Lady luck pick me - pick me!

    Making canes is something I simply don't have time nor the inclination to do but I do love the look of them. A cane is so versatile as you can use all different parts of it and reduce it or leave it big. These canes would be a wonderful way to add interest to a simple bead or design.

    So yes please Lady Luck! I promise I'll be good!

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  7. Lovely collection of canes. I would love to win this prize. joywin@mail.com

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  8. Wow! She is very talented! Incredible work!
    BeaderJean@gmail.com

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  9. I wish I could make things out of clay like these so beautiful thanks for the chance to win.
    sally0630@yahoo.com

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  10. Im a subscriber
    sally0630@yahoo.com
    pinterest,com/sally0630

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  11. This is an incredible opportunity! I'm in :) I'm a blog follower.

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  12. Me please!! Her work is so amazing I feel like I could eat those gorgeous canes!

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  13. I would be honoured to own a piece of her incredible work.
    a.p.brad@rogers.com

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  14. Love the nature theme in such beautiful canes. I am just starting to work with polymer clay, and I love the beauty in such incredible work. Would be so happy to win this. Thank you for offering. blog and facebook follower. tigers628@hotmail.com

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  15. I find this mind boggling!

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  16. I LOVE Ivy’s canework! Her canes are stunning! I own many! They’re addictive! Now I am able to use more canework in my designs, besides my own simple attempts! 👍🏻👍🏻👏 juliecresswell22@gmail.com

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  17. Thank you for your offer! LadySparo65@gmail.com

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  18. Also meant to add I am a blog subscriber, thank you!!

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  19. I love Ivy’s canes, they are so beautiful! Thanks. djstern72@gmail.com

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  20. Oh my gosh! I didn't even know that anyone sold canes! One of my friends and I spent hours doing this one day, and we decided that though it was fun, this type of jewelry wouldn't be in our future because of the precision and time involved. Ivy's shop is awesome! Thanks so much for sharing this.

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  21. Love polymer clay and so need to learn how to make beautiful canes like this! I’m a blog follower, subscriber and facebook fan and can be reached at retro-grrl@hotmail.com

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  22. How amazing I wish I could make clay object like hers I would love to win thanks for the chance.
    sally0630@yahoo.com

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  23. Im a subscriber
    sally0630@yahoo.com
    pinterest.com/sally0630

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