It's a baking day Chez THEA today...
No edible goodies I'm afraid but plenty of new components to go into the shop. I've been making some naturalistic pendants using moulds and texture plates I make myself from plants in my garden. I've also been using old textile printing blocks, bisque stamps and vintage buttons to create some of these pretty earring pairs and charms.
This is a naturalistic pendant I've used in my own work - the mould for this came from the flower buds and leaves of a Pieris.
These head pins and bead caps need a final clean up before that get fired later today - they have to look their best!
Once they're cooked I'll start to photograph and list items so look out for shop update announcements here and on Facebook over the weekend.
Hope to see you then.
I love that naturalistic pendant! Look at those details! Lovely!ReplyDelete
That pendant is just lovely! What a delight it will be when you open the door to the kiln!ReplyDelete
I am so turned onto bronze ever since I started using your components. These are very pretty. I can not wait till my order from you arrives.
Beauties! I love the pendant, truly on of a kind!ReplyDelete
gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
The pendant is beautiful LesleyReplyDelete
Beautiful! Love those headpins! :)ReplyDelete
Yep, beautiful! I love that pendant you made, really amazing!ReplyDelete
So many lovely things! I want to come and play. Your pendant is amazing!ReplyDelete