Adventures in clay - and other things - from Honolulu, Hawaii
What an interesting collection. Love the hooks with the clay beads on. is that silver clay backing the second turquoise pendant? glad you have light again.Cara
Thanks, Cara. No, the silver is regular polymer clay but with the silver powder...Mona Lisa brand. They use the real metals ground into a dust like powder. So, when it is cured, it looks like the real thing. You have to coat it, tho.
So glad that you have seen the light. Lovely pieces! Your wirework clasps are so unique with the added bead and very professional! They will give your work and added "special" dimension". You've sure got the faux turquoise thing down. Great in combo with the cinnabar. Did you make the chain for the Cinnabar/Tq piece? Looks so luxurious. Silver/Tq piece. Is the chain made by you also? It's so unique and special. Retrocoils, wow. Cool wire work and I love the stained glass-looking beads. Hope you're selling a lot. With work like yours you SHOULD be!
Nope, both chains are purchased. The thick one is steel, if you can imagine and SUPER lightweight. And mahalo for your sweet comments! The stained glass beads are actually what was left of a Kathi retro cane. I think they look cool with the slinky beads. :)
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