I really, really like the effects one can achieve with the mokume gane technique. Actually, there have been several different iterations of mokume gane in polymer, so I should, perhaps, refer to it as the mokume gane "concept." Recently, the Westerly Artist's Gallery held a demonstration of various art techniques, and I demonstrated mokume gane in polymer.
The first photo, to the right, shows the polymer stack from which the sheet slices came, and a pendant and earrings made from those slices.
The three piece pendant on the left was also created with sheets from this stack. I really like this new shape form I found, and the tiered look is fun. I covered these pieces with Magic Gloss which adds another level of depth to the design.
The last photo shows another pair of earrings, and a brass cuff bracelet. This is a very versatile technique, and would look great covering handles or other objects.