Wednesday, 19 January 2011

SMEARED AND SMUDGED JANUARY MEMBERS BLOG HOP

Today is the 1st members blog hop of 2011, and the theme of this hop is to either use something new or try something new.
Sooooo i tried something new..... i have made a china clay pendant.... unfortunatly i dont have a kiln so i stunk the house out baking my pendant in the oven....oh well! I used a SMEARED INK stamp.... from the Goddess plate...... i used mica powder and tiny gems embedded in the glaze..... the necklace its hanging from is made from tiny glass seed beads, and is very long so it can be worn in lots of different ways.
Below is a list of BLOGS to visit..... you are bound to find loads of inspiration, amazing art, and crazy creations.


Terra



Tori



Helen



Jane



Black Dragon



Steph



Meredith



Alison



Teri



Kristie



Paula



Monica



Diane



Shelley





Diane


Lady Brayton

Thank you for visiting me...... why not come and join the SMEARED AND SMUDGED FORUM..... we are a friendly caring group of people.... we share ideas.... we encourage and inspire each other.... keep safe ...enjoy hopping love lynx


22 comments:

  1. This is really cool Lynn, I love how you embedded the jewels in here and the seed bead necklace just adds to it! ~Diane

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  2. Yet another technique I'm now going to have to try! Such enablers you all are! This piece is fabulous!

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  3. I have been itching to do this for so long! I have the clay, a clay baking oven, all the stamps...and no time! You have really insoired me to hunker down and do it! Beautiful job!

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  4. fantastic looking piece of jewellery x

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  5. Hiya Lyn. So beautiful yet again. Lovely pendant, and the glass beads for the necklace are just wonderful. Happy crafting.
    With love, Sandra xx

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  6. Fabulous job! So need to try this. TFS!

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  7. This is fantastic my friend just love the pendant
    Luv Jane xxx

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  8. Love your pendant and the necklace is so great for it! And appreciate the confession about stinking up the house---so glad to know I'm not the only one who does stuff like that. Gotta show this to the family :)

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  9. Wow - I wish I had some of what is going round in your head. This is yet another amazing piece of jewellery. Love the studded gems, really changes the look
    Helen xxx

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  10. Wow! This necklace is absolutely gorgeous!!!! I love how you embedded the gems into her face. It's perfect! Dianne

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  11. so beautiful!!!! i love it! can't the clay be heated with a heat gun? or no? i love the details like the gems and the powder! wonderful job!

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  12. Beautiful work of art! The gems on her face are the perfect touch.

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  13. another beautiful necklace BD! its a really pretty color for that image! that's kinda funny you did it in your kitchen I stink mine up all the time...glad I'm not the only one!

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  14. Lyn...i'm in AMAZEMENT!!! I so wish I could create something as gorgeous as you!!! I am nowhere near brave enough to try creating jewelry!! I am always in awe of your stunning creations...

    just stunning my friend!

    hugs!
    meredith

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  15. Really amazing! I'm going to have to try this out a few times! I'm just now starting to play with clay, but am a bit weary! Your work is truly inspiring!

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  16. Oh my gosh this is so beautiful, I would love to own a piece of yur jewelry you are so very talented, I am back up and running on my blog, lots of exciting stuff to come, I hope we can stay in touch xoxo

    Candace

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  17. Fabulous pendant, I love how you have embedded the gems.

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  18. OH MY GODDESS!!!!!!! I want one!! It is beautiful!!! Wonderful, when I set up the craft room in the new house, I am going to pull out clay and start working!!! I have a package ready for you as soon as I unpack all my boxes!!! MWAH

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  19. Wow, it's amazing. In my clay classes I've taken we have used rubber stamps in our jewelry too. You did an awesome job. I bought a little toaster oven just for my polymer clay pieces. Fabulous!

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  20. You always amaze me with your jewelry making skills! Fantastic job!

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