I joined her Sampler Club last year and as she put it, "have been hoarding them ever since." Her idea for this hop was for anyone with her creations to show what we have done with them.
I particularly liked this floral pendant she sent one month as well as the inscription on the back.
If you have been following my blog, you know I have a penchant for flowers
(the beauty I love, is what I do), so it set me off and running.
I had received a delicate pendant from Lori Anderson, so I decided to combine the two. How can you lose when combining the work of these two fantastic people?
Of course, I had to add my own flowers, both polymer and clothe, to the mix, and did so with wild abandon, and by making my own hammered links for them all.
Now I know why I like sticking to polymer clay(fingers still haven't recovered from the misses with that hammer).
The only problem with the pendants: one was done in antique gold and the other in copper, and since I had done the links in a bright brass wire to match the clasp from Nile Designs, there was but one answer. Sorry ladies for defacing your creations with my gold leafing pen, but it had to be done.
Erin's shop on Etsy is tesori trovati jewelry (Treasures Found) where you can see all of her latest Simple Truths Pendants, as well as her other jewelry designs.
Here are the other participants in this challenge:
Lori Bowring Michaud
Shelley Graham Turner
Marlene Cupo --- You are here!
Enjoy! I know I did!!!