Swap 101
The "Newbie" swap.... achieved some very cool results!




Click on the small images to see the items up close....

Larice
Dancing Spirits

Beautiful little angel spirits with a sweet sentiment attached.

Mavis
Transfers on Pendants

Transferred miniatures, all different, embellished with frames.

Karen
Keychain/pendants

Karen used the "Chrysanthemum" cane and did some lovely wirework on these keychains that can also be pendants.

Carle
Necklaces

Bicone beads on buna that's been painted. I was very flattered that she used my instructions for an idea for cord finishing.

Susan
Pens, Bracelets, Necklaces

Susan has been asked to write up her bracelet for Jewelry Crafts magazine! Congratulations!

Rhonda
Pens

This really shows the different effects you can get with the metallic clays and what happens when you add a glaze. You're definitely on the right track, Rhonda!

Emily
Frames

Stamped, marbled, pearlex'd or pictorial - very ambitious project, lots of attention to details!

Reagan
Boxes, Pendants, Book

And to think she was worried about showing her work! Well done, Reagan!

Barbara
Pendants and Bracelets

Textured bangles and matchbox pendants... the matchboxes have little face cane slices in them!

Deb
Magnets, Tools, Beads

Deb sent one of her own tools to the swap, and before I saw it, I told her I'd send it back. Then I saw it, whined at her, and she let me keep it. *g* Way cool experiments, here!

Jeanie
Votives, Wish Bottles & Pens

Jeanie also used the "Chrysanthemum" cane on her projects, and sent a beautiful variety.

Melanie
Tins, Blade Cases, Pins

Darling little cupid cutouts on some of these pieces. These show you some cool tricks with texture and mica powders.

Sarah

Stamping, texturing, mica powders, metallic clays and careful shaping.

Elizabeth
Texture Tools & Molds

AKA: "What is all this ugly stuff, and how did it get in my swap bag?"









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