A rainy day can be one of the best times to try out a polymer tutorial. Since it's been pouring outside, I decided to give one a try. I had seen Eugena Topina's version of polymer cloisonne, and decided to see how she achieves her effects. If you like the occasional tutorial, you might really enjoy visiting Eugena's website: www.eugenascreations.com. She has a wide variety of tutorials that are clear and easy to follow. Since this cloisonne effect is a tutorial she sells, I can't share the technique. However, I can share my finished products. Perhaps they'll tempt you to visit Eugena's website and see what else she has developed.
These first two pieces, the teal and gold above and the orange and gold to the right, are pendants. I used Magic Gloss to provide the final protective finish.
The last piece is larger and will work well as a pin.