I have a new necklace featuring an iconic 3D scene from a famous Monet painting.
Last summer a girlfriend presenting me with this sweet magnet after her family trip to Europe.
I took a picture of it to post on my special Facebook page about Paris.....
and then accidently dropped it.
The ceramic insert broke.
I noticed that my broken piece now fit into one of Susan Lenart Kazmer's bezels.
This is a very large bezel so the options were endless.
The magnet on the back of the ceramic would not come off, so I knew I would need to use some resin clay to set it into place snugly.
I coloured my excess resin clay with some green powders
to add a little more color to my exposed areas.
You might notice that the resin clay acts as a glue
and a leveling feature since the back of my piece is uneven.
Then I started looking for some inclusions for the empty areas in the bezel.
At one point in my process I added some leftover teal resin from another project.
The fun really began when I started adding my own layers of resin and inclusions.
My flowers are able to stand upright in place because I used resin clay to set them as well.
This really is a mixed media pendant.
I used paper, dried flowers, paint, ceramics, colored resin, clear resin and plastic to complete their project over several months.
This post written, designed and photographed by Carmi Cimicata.
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