Scraps of fabric, hand embroidery and beading make this bright colored mini crazy quilt pendant.
Go There Now This pendant is made with black colored pencils and wrapped with 2mm sterling silver beads. Go There Now
In this (first ever for me!) double-sided pendant I created a bit of a collage using scrap papers, a photograph of my daughter as a toddler, Photoshop Elements, Pearlescent liquid acrylics, wire and a crescent moon shaped glass bead.
stoneware, paper, spray paint, prisma color, medium, thread, and wire. measures approx 1 7/8 in. in height.
The base for this pendant is a plastic gift card that I sanded and painted with gesso and colored with colored pencils and markers. The cat is a watercolor and ink drawing collaged to the painted gift card.
I use spirals a lot in my work, I draw them, stamp them into clay, wire wrap them, etc. The spiral is a symbol of life cycles, so it ties into the nest theme very well. Movement adds interest to just about anything, if it makes noise, that's even better. This amber-colored, glass dangle doesn't…
A mini quilt, with the top layer made of paper-cloth, quilted and embellished with beads, yarn, and seashells, edged and hung with copper wire.
A double-sided pendant of the moon in it's beautiful cresent phase. On one side a page the moon is cut through vintage French dictionary covered in a fine dusting of glittery magic demanding the moon. On the opposite side, a scan of a vintage Coral Sea map printed on aged paper asking for the moon…
This is my first submission to CPS! The batik fabric looked a little wild and exciting – "juiced" is how I felt embarking on this maiden attempt. I like layers and texture so I used a washer, inked cheesecloth, Sulky silk thread and beads to embellish the fabric. I covered the washer with hand-dyed tissue I'd made in a class and mottled it with diluted…
The base of this pendant is an old 45rpm record!