It’s time once again for the PCAGOE monthy challenge. The October theme is Day of the Dead, a holiday that focuses on remembering and honoring friends and relatives who have died. (Learn more about Day of the Dead traditions in this wikipedia article.) All of our challenge entries are handmade out of polymer clay, and some are for sale in our etsy shops - click the links in the numbered list below to start shopping! Thanks to everyone who entered this month.
When you vote for your favorite entry, you’ll automatically be entered in a random drawing to win one of two prize packs. First, we have our Hippie Tie Dye Peace and Love Collection, with pendants by pollyhyper, paperpam, JanZio, and polyclarific, beads by clayangel, hair clip by zoeowyn, earrings by stormydesigns, magnets by juliespace, incense burner by Polymer Clay Productions, and hanging CD by polymerclaycreations. The second prize pack is a couple of fun items for the kids by ametistagirl and irismishly. There are two great prizes to be won this month, so scroll down and vote to win!
Here they are – the PCAGOE Day of the Dead challenge entries. Keep in mind the theme and how well each piece interprets the theme. Once you have chosen your favorite, please complete the form at the bottom of this post and submit it. (Please note that e-mail addresses will be used only to contact the winners and will not be used for any other purpose.) Two prize winners will be randomly chosen from all of the voters. You can vote once between now and midnight (Eastern Standard Time) on Friday, October 3; PCAGOE members are not eligible to vote. The winners will be announced on October 4th. To view the entries close-up, you can click on the mosaic to see it larger or click on the slide show below the mosaic to see the entries individually and read the artists’ descriptions. To purchase an item, or to see what else the artists have to offer, click on the shop names listed below the entry photos. Thanks for voting, and good luck!
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Don’t miss next month’s challenge - autumn leaves.