I'm not near as fast or as good as Linda is at turning what I do into finished jewelry pieces. But I do love the process of making the pieces. Continuing yesterday's theme....Linda made the background. I simply pressed some metal clay into a mold made from a tiny charm and then added it to this piece:
In this next shot, I wanted to try and show that you can completely cover the silver with envirotex. OK, think about it - you will never have to polish it as air won't get to it and it will never tarnish. Yet you have a piece made with fine silver!
Just another piece made by inking a piece of marble white friendly plastic, drawing flourishes in it with a paint brush dipped in rubbing alcohol, then adding white pen over it. The seahorses are made of fine silver.
And yet another Linjeneered piece. Linda made the background. I hammered flat some sterling and fine silver jump rings and added them, then covered the whole piece with envirotex.
I have no idea what I will create from this piece, but I really love it! The metal clay was pressed into a mold. The mold had been made from a really old charm I found somewhere. I embeded the silver into a piece of Friendly Plastic, then Linda poured envirotex on it for me. I'm working on a fine silver bezel to set this one in. Wish you could see these as the camera just doesn't do them justice!