This is a decal fired onto an enamel pendant. It has a clear coat of enamel over the surface which means the imagery is permanent ... which is always a good thing!
|"Your House or Mine"|
More decals ... I really like this ... the chintz one is a project in the book. Clear enamel on top protects the decal.
These are fun and the colors can be wild and crazy ... only limited by your imagination!
Fused and reticulated sterling on top of an etched copper pendant. The white is liquid enamel that has been etched to a soft matte surface.
"Grunge" is what I should call this series. I love this organic, natural look. Adjusting the flame and controlled overfiring is how we get this look.
Look at the difference a reduced flame makes. One is bright and clear, the other is muted and soft.
Little sayings from a 1935 Montgomery Ward catalog.
This one's for Nancy Schindler, my Bead Soup Blog Party Partner ... that's a lot of words ... if I don't have them in the right order, forgive me!
Love this one ... it's sweet, but not tooo sweet!
|Detail of Sweet!|
|The Queen and Eye|
That's it for now ... I have to get back to work in the studio. Enough playing on the computer ... for now! See you later ...