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Happiness pendant

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Torch-Fired Precious Metal Clay taught by Jenny Vestal

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Category Jewelry
Type Accessory, Pendant
Style Hipster, Funky, Mod, Casual
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Who is this project for? Unisex

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What materials did you use? PMC3, liver of sulfur

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Hi Nancy! I like this - nice and substantial. I love a piece with some heft to it. That's a lovely carving job too. You might enjoy experimenting with a product called 'scratch-foam'; it is a very fine grained styrofoam. You can use a stylus or ball point pen in order to incise a design on it. Then it becomes a shallow bas-relief mold you can use to create a raised design in your wet clay. http://www.amazon.com/Scratch-Art-Scratch-Foam%C2%AE-Board-pack/dp/B000KIEBJI. You will have a raised design instead of a 'carved' one, but all the drawing is done on the foam. I would love to see what some students can do with this medium! Thanks for posting your project. it's great!

09/03/2012 Flag

Thank you. I'm going to try the scratch foam and use cold mold to make a mold from that.

09/03/2012 Flag

Delicious! I admire your bail and pendant work. I'm now trying to figure out photopolymer and imagepac for image transfer -- to make stamps of my drawings.

09/07/2012 Flag

Thank you!

09/16/2012 Flag

Love it! great idea! I have a candle mold for this one and love it.. great idea for a pendant! looks great!

09/16/2012 Flag

Thank you!

09/16/2012 Flag