Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Watercolor paper pendants

I've been playing around
making watercolor paper pendants.

I made one a few weeks ago,
 that you can see here.

I wanted to make some more,
but  had trouble with all of them.
The polycrylic kept bubbling up
when I put them in the toaster oven to cure.
I don't know if I put the polycrylic on too thick or what.

I don't mind some imperfections,
so I will wear these.

Here is a photo of five of the better pendants.
(I made 4 more but they turned out really bad.)

These are made from only 2 layers of watercolor paper,
instead of 6.
(Maybe that made a difference in how they turned out.)
I added some Japanese cut paper, that a friend gave me, to each one.
For some I added small round acrylic gem(s).

This is a close up of the largest one,
about 2 in. by 3 in.


Smaller ones are below...








I hope all of you have a wonderful
Thanksgiving!

Savor the Day!
Yvonne



5 comments:

Kris said...

These are really pretty Yvonne! True
beautiful wearable art.

Barbara/myth maker said...

Very pretty and unique, Yvonne!

Lorraine said...

look great

Healing Woman said...

I think they are beautiful! You can match any outfit you have with these pendants. Did you add an enamal finish to them? They look durable.

kimmie said...

Those are really cool! I especially love the last one! Isn't it fun to experiment and keep the experimented on pieces?