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HERE KITTY KITTY….

This little puddy tat pendant is going to Abby. I used some watch hands for the body stripes with glass head pins.  A gear was added for the belly. Heart shaped eyelets are ears, glass pins for eyes and pins for whiskers…then I dusted the body with mica powder. MEOW.
2014 Here Kitty Kitty

4 Responses

  1. Great work, dearie! How do you crank out so many? They look complicated! Do you let the “base” semi-dry before attaching the layers?

  2. Polymer clay does not need to dry but rather baked at 275 degrees for 20 minutes per 1/4 inch of clay. Mica powders are added to raw clay.

  3. I love it Pat!!!! If this “our” Abby she is going to Love it!!!!

  4. So very creative. I really love that tail! So cute.
    Kate

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