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Micro mosaic pendant…

This is the first pendant  made using very tiny “tiles” I made from polymer clay which are then pushed into a base of black polymer that acts as grout.  I filled a heart-shaped bezel with the clay parts then coated it with 4 coats of UV cured resin.  I gave this pendant to my long time friend Edith.

I am working on another heart which will be posted soon…that heart will be another give away for a comment posted on this blog!  Keep watching…

3 Responses

  1. What a great looking heart! I love that tile look! I espcially love the turquoise and coral colors! I am sure your friend Edith will absolutely love it!

  2. I do LOVE it! 🙂 Pat is very talented in her work and I treasure, with all my heart, whenever she gives me something she has made. I love to see all the new things she’s made. I envy her talent and wish I could do what she does! 🙂 You “ROCK” PK! 🙂

  3. very pretty… lucky Edith! 🙂

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