I used some of Penni Jo's Best Flexible Molds for the tiny dragonfly and flowers. The back side of the Inro has a small hummingbird with flowers. It took me a some time to sand this but it really shines!
My next project was to make a cat pendant for my neighbor. Her husband repairs appliances and if I have problems with any of my appliances, he comes over and fixes them for me. He only charges for the parts...what a nice neighbor! I learned a fun technique from my clay buddy, Michele Norine. She has a new tutorial listed on her Etsy studio...Stamp Cut and Paste on Polymer Clay. So, this is my cat necklace that I created using her technique.
I added resin on the pendant so show off the blue/purple clay that I used in the stamp, cut and paste method. And for a final touch, I added some rub ons which I purchased from the lovely Cat Kerr (In the Light of Moon). Cat has a nice collection of rub ons and they work so well with resin projects...you can click here for her Etsy store.
I have to say that projects are taking me a little longer to get done these days. We were finally able to get my father-in-law in hospice care. He is still residing with us, but hospice comes in and helps us out. It is nice to get additional help, but I do have to be around for all the visits. I am thankful that I have a hobby that I love...polymer clay has been my life-saver!
Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful day!