Check out this wonderful polymer clay jewelry by Celine Charuau from France. I discovered her because she links to the Wearable Art blog on her blog roll. I can't tell you much about her except that she's been working with polymer clay since June 2007 (per the Daily Art Muse). Charuau does some pretty amazing work combining wire designs with polymer clay. She makes all kinds of pieces, but I like her pendants the best and have a few for you here.
What I like about the pendant (above) is the 'off-center' flower middle and the multicolored petals of different shapes and sizes made in a Japanese technique known as "mokume gane." Mokume Gane is a jewelry-making method where you apply different surface treatments to metals to make them look like wood grain patterns -- Charuau applies this method to polymer clay and comes up with a gorgeous collage of colors.
Look at all the small cut out circles making up this pendant that are strung with wire inside, then left cut out or filled with polymer clay. Pretty fabulous!
Don't you just love how the wire is attached to the pendant (above) and outlines the outside of the heart? How about that curvey loop at the end for a nice finishing touch? The color combinations are pretty electric!