New pendants that I just finish sanding and buffing. I have a custom order for 5 necklaces but I am not sure if I want to make them all with the same pendant style ... the ones that are not going to be included in the custom order will be on my Etsy next week
May 29, 2009
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May 25, 2009
following are the picture she posted in the Israeli forum with a translationto English.
the initial cane is a "regular" flower cane. this specific cane was made by Yonat Dascalo the only difference is that before adding the backround she wrapped the flower with playdough
since the playdough is based on water it will not stick to the clay. after reducing the flower to the desirable size you can just peal off the backround.
this is a slice from the cane. if the slice is ditorted while cutting you will be able to move the petals and fix it
In order to remove any playdoh leftover you can just soak the slice/cane in water
May 24, 2009
don't miss Julies work on her web site and flickr
May 12, 2009
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May 5, 2009
this is one of my favorite kaleidescope canes. it turned out in a flower shape which i really like and the entire hamsa looks like fabric to me.
all the colors were randomly mixed from various colors I had on my working table.
if you like it you can find it on my Etsy store http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=24479717
May 4, 2009
the order I got was for two pairs of identical hamsa key rings. it is VERY hard to make identical peices in polymer clay (in my own opinion) - so after explaining that to my customer and getting the green light to proceed I started with the challenge.