Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Hearts and Flowers


I've been promising myself for some time now that I would make more bezels, especially ones that I can combine with my polymer clay faux-tique beads and cabochons.

So last weekend I made myself take out time and create some.

This heart shaped pendant is one of the results.

I created the interior of the heart bezel to fit some of the heart shapes I've already been making.


The back is a brushed metal, and I put on a dark coppery-bronze patina and aged it really well, like an attic antique.

The front reminds me of carved bone or ivory, but with a hint of yellow and green color.


Like daffodils, from faded flowers long ago. It's my new favorite.

And I can't wait to make up some more. I have an oval one in the works, and a rounded circle, I just haven't finished off the castings quite yet.

Fun!

11 comments:

Studio Sylvia said...

Very effective. Looks lovely.

Val's Dragonfly Whimsy said...

Beautiful pendant in a lovely setting - great job. I love the colors on the heart!

Riki Schumacher said...

Oh that's yummy Lynn. Love the bezel, love the hearts! Hugs, Riki

Gardanne said...

I really love these.

Beverly Herman said...

The heart made me gasp! It's beautiful.

Diana said...

Oh so pretty Lynn! Love the coppery patina you got on the heart. Great job.
Tootles
Diana

Marbella Jewelry Designs said...

so pretty!

LLYYNN - Lynn Davis said...

Thanks, friends - I gave myself the night off in the studio last night and had dinner like real folks! But tonight I have to get back to the studio after the day job ends and get some more things in the works.

I have a head full of ideas of things to make, and my fingers are itching to be covered in paint, tonight they get their wish, LOL

jenny said...

I love it, MOM@

SueBeads said...

I love it too!!!! It does look like ceramic! What a great job!

nina said...

absolutely beautiful, lynn!