Wednesday, February 24, 2010


Well it seems that I am completely addicted to making house shapes. I have made mini 3d polymer clay house pendants .These were made last year back in September and I sold them all to my beady friends. They are small, ( for a house) the bases are roughly 3/4" long x 2/8" wide x 7/8" high.That is for the largest house shown here. More coming of these soon.

Here is another of my copper /clay bracelets ... see ? houses ! lol

The bracelet to the right is made up of houses that are all the same size - little'uns. The clay houses are roughly 1/2" wide x a little over 1/2" high. They are cold connected with brass rivets and it has a copper house shaped toggle clasp to match! This is listed on ETSY if anyone would care to have a row of Bungalows on their wrist !

The bracelet to the left is made our two sizes of clay houses -as neighborhoods are likely to have! The largest clay house is roughly 3/4" wide x 3/4" high and the thinner clay house (the Condo ) is 1/2" wide x 3/4" high.It has the house shaped copper toggle clasp too and is also listed on ETSY.

More houses to come soon... I have a couple necklaces to show and to list. Have a creative day day !

Saturday, February 20, 2010

OK.. 2 years later.....

Man..I really do not do well with blogging ! But..I will try this again so I can share my latest work and info.
I am still working with polymer clay, beads and paper arts ( sometimes) and have added metal to the mix. Yea..I know.. as if I didn't have enough to play with already huh ?

These are my latest bracelets with more designs in progress. They are listed on ETSY so PLEASE go buy them! :o)

First one is made of polymer clay hearts that are cold connected ( riveted) to heart shaped copper bases that have been hammered for texture and Liver of Sulphur added for color.

The next one is made of moon shapes in Polymer Clay , cold connected with round copper bases that have drilled holes , hammered texture and Liver of Sulphur.

They both have toggle clasps of copper. I started with flat copper sheet and wire and raw clay. The wire became jump rings and the copper was cut, drilled, filed, hammered and patina added then the baked clay pieces were riveted into place.

They are very comfortable to wear.
More to come !!