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You light up my worn heart…

I made this polymer clay heart during the workshop with Christi Friesen and used the Swellegant coating to “age” the piece.  There is a tiny light bulb in the center and the opening is covered with mica. Karen, at INK ABOUT IT, was given this piece…she loves funky jewelry.  As summer is drawing to an end, I will be making more pieces and spending more time in my studio.

4 Responses

  1. Just gorgeous, Pat! I think the green spots are my favorite! And I love how you made a little window for the screw!

  2. Beautiful creation, Pat! I love the green spots and the little window with the screw!

  3. Lovely piece of art work. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Thank you Pat for my latest edition to the Pat K. Collection. You are so nice to treat me to your fabulous creations. I wore it the next day! I love it! Thank you, thank you.

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