For a few days there I was hardly able to get any sleep. I was too busy making domino pendants. You got to see the tray of them drying in my last post, and I promised I would show them in greater detail as soon as I was done with the Artisan's Show. So here they are (warning, this is a long wordy and picture heavy post)
These three lined up with no problem... maybe I am getting the hang of it (or being forced to use Chrome isn't as bad as I thought it would be). These three birds I colored using Smooch Pearlized Accent Inks. The glittery highlights on the owl are obtained with Stickles. These were colored using Alcohol inks
Then I entered my green phase. Playing around a bit more with adding words to the pendants. But I think of the three, my favorite is the simple one in the middle.
The fish was very popular. I took the tiles into work to show them off the day before the show and one of my co-workers wanted it. The dancer on the right - the coloring is a combination of several attempts. I didn't like what I did first, attempted to remove the design unsuccessfully. I ended up putting another color on top of it which combined to make this very unusual color. It is truly one of a kind, as I doubt I could every recreate it.
What are pendants without florals? Smooch Ink was used to color in the petals and as a highlight. These were also colored using Ranger Alcohol inks.
My last two pieces that I have pictures of. The face on the left I really did not like at all, but a co-worker fell in love with it and wants it for her daughter. And the phoenix is from a Christi Friesen stamp. Her stamps are wonderful and I can't wait till I have more time to put them on tiles.
I can't believe it but I can not find the pictures I took of the domino pendants that I sold. One was a really cute little frog hanging on a branch, tagged "smile". The other was a wolf pendant similar to the one above only in green and yellow - looked like it was in a forest. That will teach me not to have my camera with me at all times.