PMC for Christmas Part 1

PMC pendants and charms

Originally uploaded by iMakeGuernsey

This is my second Christmas project of today – PMC pendants and charms.

By the way, I am creating this blog post via Flickr, so hopefully it looks ok.

Back to the photo – these items are in clay form, drying out on my radiator at the moment. To get to this stage I rolled out the clay using spacers to ensure an even thickness (you can use 5 playing cards on each side). I then laid some lace over the top and rolled that on to create texture. There is texture on the back of each item too as I rolled them out on a square of leather. I then cut the shapes out and popped them on an old greeting card, on my radiator, for drying.

Tomorrow I will file and fire them and put holes and jump rings in.

As with the piccalilli (previous post) I thought I’d document the process.


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