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Monday, August 17, 2009
Translucent Layering Pendants
Here are two pendants I made using the translucent layering and image transfer techniques I learned from Kathleen Dustin. They are a ways from perfection, mainly the translucent is not as clear as I wanted it to be...maybe it's too thick...but anyway it's an exciting technique that has given me lots of ideas as I roll along on my polymer journey!
Posted by Caren at 11:49 AM
Labels: kathleen dustin, translucent layering
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those are adorable -love the horse motifs ;0
I REALLY like these! They've got a nice native american thing going on. I've been wanting to take a Kathleen Dustin workshop for a long time, but have never been able to fit it into my schedule.
I am new to polymer clay and i would love to know how you do these. I want to do something similar with goats since I raise and show goats and get to regularly do trophies etc.
WOW O WOW. I guess I need to see if Kathleen Dustin is going to do any more workshops in ABQ since I live nearby!!!!
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