These weeks sure roll around fast! Here is my entry for Week 5. It is made from a piece of copper with a naturally occurring patina. Then I laced around the edges with green leather and also made the cord from it.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Sunday, January 20, 2013
Free-form and loose are not words usually associated with my work. Precise and controlled more accurately describe my typical style, so I am using this weekly project to try to expand out of my comfort zone. I wish I could take full credit for inventing this piece, but the general design of this necklace, particularly the squiggly base and a couple of the charms were "borrowed" directly from a pin by Dia Daniels in the Feb-March 2011 issue of Step by Step Wire Jewelry.
|Close-up of charms|
Posted by Cynthia Blanton at 11:12 AM
Sunday, January 13, 2013
I made this polymer clay pendant and the earrings to go with it using a Retro Pixelated Cane (from Bettina Welker's tutorial). The pendant was made by die forming using one of Dan Cormier's dies. I needed the earrings to be long in order to show the transition from light to dark, so I used a custom cutter I made.