Did you know that it is Square Root Day? This is big news – it only happens nine times a century!  And yet, in all my searching, I could find no polymer clay tributes to the elegant square root symbol.    Obviously an oversight.   And since Pi day (March 14, 3/14) is fast approaching, I definitely do not want to get caught shorthanded again!

So, here’s the challenge:  send me images of your polymer clay interpretations of  the Pi Symbol . Let your creativity out to play; I’d love to see cane work,  stamped clay, transfers, carving, etc.  (And of course “Pie” puns are not only allowed, but encouraged!)  E-mail them to me by March 13 at polymerclay@craftgossip.com  in Jpeg format, and make sure they are no wider than 450 pixels.  Make sure to include a link to your website, flickr,  blog, or online shop.   I will be sharing them throughout the day on March 14.  I hope you all play along!

[tags]square root day, pi day, polymer clay challenge[/tags]

By Julie Leir-VanSickle


2 Comments so far

  1. Elaine on March 3, 2009 5:07 pm

    I have a related math joke – cause I was and remain a geek, particularly a math one.

    Whats the circumference of your jack o lantern divided by it’s diameter?

    Pumpkin pi!

    I will make sure and be prepared for Pi day.

  2. Julie Leir-VanSickle on March 3, 2009 5:32 pm

    *giggles* I love silly jokes like that!

    So glad you are playing along for Pi day! :)

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