I live in a beautiful place. One of my favourite things is the way lovely surprises peep out from behind the ubiquitous dry stone walls.
I love the texture of walls too!
For a while I have wanted to make a polymer clay pendant combining the rugged stone walls with the local sheepy views.
I decided to make a window dome like I did for the daffodil necklace with a sheep peeping through.
I used a heat gun to create a crackle texture to represent the stone walls. It came out just like I wanted, so I made a selection of matching components.
I reused the sheep mould I made for Sheepfest and then I spent a bit too much time creating an environment for my sheep. Because when I put them together…
all the details get hidden :(. I don’t think I can bring myself to trap my sheepy in such a small space, so I’ll have to rethink. I’ll probably use the two pieces separately, and end up with two pendants instead (or maybe more if I need to proceed to plan C or D…).
O dear!But I like it all nevertheless!
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