I’m still painting and playing with rocks. They make nice quick projects to start off the morning. Pink black spiral rock: This was a a practice rock. It’s thin slices of clay overlapped to encase the rock. Then smoothed, baked, sanded, and buffed. It’s not very pretty. But, it was good practice for more things…

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If you are anything like me, you and your significant other have lots of inside jokes. Things that might seem silly and goofy to others, but it’s fun for you. My friend and her husband like silly things just like we do. One day she signed her email to me “Fu-fump, Fu-fump, Fu-fump” and explained…

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These were my first rocks. I didn’t know about the kindness movement of painting rocks back then. These sat around for a long time gathering dust. As soon as I realized there was a “rock movement”, I hid these. Hope they made someone happy.

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This is another polymer clay piece on wood. It’s about 7.5″ wide by 6″ tall. It photographs terribly. I wanted to do another piece with some of my favorite subjects (beetles and flowers). But, I wanted to try something different. I love the idea of finding things in deep sea wrecks. I love how crusty they…

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This wooden box is about 5″ wide. The top is covered with polymer clay and some glass pieces. I love how bright it is. Slideshow…

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I made a few more pendants and a video to go along with them. The first pendant (orange and green heart) has a smooth back. The others all have a rough back so you can use them as essential oil diffusers. Video first, photos below. (:

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I got inspired this day by peas, carrots, and hearts. Maybe I was hungry. This pendant is has a green mica clay and some bright orange with a silver hammered bail. After I antiqued it I fell in love with the orange color that developed. It looks so much like that old bakelite material (early…

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Anyone who has talked to me for 2 minutes and complained about any type of ailment found out that I am a big proponent of essential oils. I love them for solving things like bitchy moods, migraines, and allergies. I thought it might be neat to make a pendant with a really textured back to…

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Ganesha is one of the major deities in the Hinduism. He is the patron of arts and sciences and the remover of obstacles. With credentials like that, it seems obvious he would be one of my favorites. A full version of Ganesha would reveal that Ganesha has the head of an elephant and the body…

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