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“Back to Front” Clay Pendant, Revisited.

This small pendant is made of polymer clay with a stamp of my sketch “Back to Front” impressed in the clay. It comes in four different shapes with a little variation in size from 1″ to 1.5″and about 1/8″ thick, and comes with an 18″ black flocked cord. I initiated this pendant in 2016 using […]

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Wildflowers and Butterflies of the Panhandle Trail Pendants, and a Discount Through August 31

The cabochon pendants I’d made for my Seasons of the Panhandle Trail exhibit sold so well the first day that I made another set the next morning! Sunflowers and sweet peas, daisies and St. John’s Wort, and butterflies, in all the colors of summer! Above is a photo of the Panhandle Trail Collection of cabochons. […]

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Birds and Butterflies and Wildflowers and all Cabochon Pendants 2 for $25

After I created all my fine feline pendant designs, I chose a dozen designs for new cabochons inspired by nature, from my gardens to the woods and trails. All are made from my photographs of butterflies, garden flowers, wildflowers and a hummingbird too. And a special discount on ALL my cabochons, nature and cats: buy […]

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After All, It’s Kitten Season

This pendant sold fast and I don’t have another on hand. I will look for this frame and cabochon and make another. An overabundance of kittens isn’t really a thing to celebrate, but kittens are cute nonetheless. This small pendant is made with a print of my pencil sketch “Ready for Play”, inside an oval […]

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All the Pretty Cabochons

Like so many other items, I’ve been envisioning this style of cabochon pendants with my art and photos in them for quite a long time. I purchased a four pendant frame and cabochon sets with neck chains to try out so the only hard part was narrowing down the images to use, and, honestly, that […]

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