Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Sea Glass Pendants and My sweet friend Cheryl

Oh my the weather around here has been Glorious...yes GL..OOOR..RIII..OUS!
and with the warm and gentle breeze comes inspiration.
Having an assortment of sea glass floating around my office
they screamed and sang...
"Come play with us",
and so I did.

1-using some left over rub-ons,I put them on the glass.
2-Using copper foil,I Iron Soldered on a frame and jump rings
3-Using Novacan I added patina to the solder
4-Added a layer of ICE Resin
5-Once Cured,I sprinkled some of S.L.K glass glitter
6-Added another layer of Ice Resin

there you go...Sea Glass Pendants!!

What fun!!

Now before I go,I just want to thank Cheryl, the winner of my Giveaway a few weeks back.Well she had emailed me and asked me some questions in regards to my art and today she posted about the win and I am so thankful for this generous post. 
Thank you sweet Friend.
Now to read the post,just click here

As always,
thank you so much for stopping by

24 comments:

Alice said...

Cat, these are absolutely lovely! I love the beautiful rub-ons. I've never used Ice Resin before but one of these days I need try it out, along with soldering.

It snowed here yesterday, and today the snow is nearly gone with temps in the upper 40's. But its a gloomy day, good for staying inside and sipping warm tea.

Have a wonderful day!

Loris Glassworks said...

Hi Cat,
I love your sea glass pendants; I've been a collector of Sea glass for many years (lived on Lake Michigan). Your work is fabulous and it inspires me to try Ice Resin. Thanks for sharing. Cheers!
Lori

^..^Corgidogmama said...

Cat! These are utterly FaBuLoUs!!

Katy Cameron said...

Oooh, so pretty and sparkly!

Melissa Meman said...

totally gorgeous!

Jan said...

Oh, these pendants are just glorious! I'm especially drawn to the birds nest pendant.........outstandingly beautiful, Cat. Are they in the shoppe?

Weather inspires me, too, and I can see that your weather was extra special!

Hugs
Jan

Mountaindreamers said...

Thanks for coming by my blog in the Great North West. That's a long way from the sunshine state. Nice blog. stop by anytime xx Laura

Lyn Newhouse said...

Wonderful pendants Cat! I love them :)

Katalina Jewelry said...

Your pendants are fabulous, Cat! I stopped by to read the interview...very nice! Is the poem the reason why your blog is called In The Light of the Moon?

sharon said...

Incredible and AMAZING Cat! You rock!

Sugar Lump Studios said...

Cat - loving the ice resin and the gorgeous images you incorporated into it! Thank you for your words of encouragment...Day #11....and still going through it...but hoping it will start to get easier!

Cynthia@Ornamental Style said...

We are having glorious weather, aren't we! These pendants are just so fabulous! They need to be in the shop unless you have plans for them.
Cyndi

yoborobo said...

Cat - these are amazing! I don't know what Ice Resin is, but it is the perfect look for these pendants. Oh, talented one...:)) Happy weekend xox!

Lisa Graham Art said...

I want a string of these to run the entire length of our house. I love these! And they are all so different. Nice work!

sweet pea jewelry said...

These pendants are very cool. I love Ice Resin. So many possibilities!

Gaby Bee said...

Your sea glass pendants are awesome. I've never used Ice Resin, but I think I should give it a try! LOVE these pendants, Cat!

Have a fab day!
Gaby

Martina2801 said...

Stunning pendants, dear Cat! I love them!

Chris said...

Cat, these pendants are beee-ay-yoo-tiful!!!! They make me smile~! Your whimsical style warms the heart. Love you sis!

Amanda said...

that tiny robin's nest suspended in resin is gloooorrrious!! the things you are able to do with this medium simply astound me, cat...

Peggy B said...

I do not know what ice resin is and I never heard of ironing solder, but I love your pendants. I am dying to learn how to solder on copper foil that I bought to go around glass slides and also add jump rings so I can hang it as a pendant for a tag or book or whatever. So I guess it is time to make a trip to You Tube...I also hope you are on it.

Elaine Akers said...

lovely!!!!

artistic rejuvenations said...

ab fab dahling! oh, i just channeled a show! lol very, very pretty.

Leslie Call said...

I'd love one with a wren sitting on the edge of a teacup.

crazy4beading said...

How in the world did I miss this wonderful post??!!! I MUST try this! How generous of you...as always...to share! Love ya!!!