Worked in the studio again last night to get some things made for this evening's 7pm update. But first I played around and used my patina inks again. Colored this sweet metal owl stamping above with some patina green. Pretty cool, I think. The bracelet also features some teal glass, and lucite beads.
Here's another longer beaded necklace with one of Green Girl Studios Peacock coins. I used glass and some lucite tubes, purple one cut seed beads, and above the pendant, a Magdalena Ruiz lampwork barrel.
More painted chain using my favorite color patina ink called Cinnabar- I paired it with the Aged Bronze. I also inked up that Fox, with Agate and some Victorian Gold, along with the flower, - some Silver and Gold together. I love this necklace. Still trying to think of a clever name for it.
See you tonight at 7pm est, at my webstore.
Beautiful work! I love what you did with the peacock coin that I used to make. The copper coin pendants are perfect "blank canvases" for patinas, so you might want to try them out with the inks as well.ReplyDelete
Yes yes! I was unsure if it was you that made this coin or GGS... thanks for commenting! And yes, I was thinking about using some of the patina on the coin pendants! So just the copper would work or what about the bronze/brass coins? I have some of both.Delete
But they have been really popular for me the past few weeks- do you have more in stock?
What about 'fantastic mr. fox' for that necklace? Like the Roald Dahl book.ReplyDelete