Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Pendant 101

I just post the tutorial on my other blog of how I made my pendant. You can see it HERE.
For the sake of the argument, many people had called it "Hidden Magic" technique. For me, there is no magic there because I was the one who hide the treasure underneath that Black&White sheet, so I know exactly what the result is going to be.
There are many different ways to do it and it is "Magic" because your will get the image that is unexpected, just like the techniques used by many French clayers.

***The rubberstam sheet that I used is from Barbara McGuire's. www.alteredartsource.com ***

6 comments:

Laura said...

I love your work, also I like to see other people who have had many different careers.
My blog can be visited at

http://abbett2.blogspot.com

Laura

Marilyn said...

I'm really sorry to bother you but I am wondering if you could tell me where you get these texture plates? Like the one you used here. I remember seeing the link before but have been through your previous posts and could not find it again. Are these the same kind?

Thank you for showing us all your work, I regularly check for ideas :) Have a wonderful Christmas.

SILASTONES said...

I used Barbara McGuire's rubberstamp sheet. www.alteredartsource.com
Check it out, she has many interesting designs as well.
Thanks for checking and have a wonderful holidays.

Marilyn said...

Thank you for the quick response. Do you mean these? I tried the address you gave but it does not work, so that is the result of a google search.

SILASTONES said...

Yes, LOL
Have fun with it.
More question, email me silastones@aol.com

stef said...

i love what you do!!! c'est vraiment superbe! bravo !!