This is the pendant I made back in October as a demo for yesterday's class. We had 3 wonderful students in the class yesterday, and their pendants are all beautiful, and unique, as they all used different stamps for etching, different hammers for texturing, and different patterns and metals for the woven portion.
2 of my students: that's Karin, of Backstory Beads, on the left, and Stephanie on the right.
Materials table: tools, acid, Liver of Sulfur
I put all the tools and chemicals on one table, separate from the students' workstations - the classroom suddenly gets very small when we fill it with people (!), so it's good to be able to keep this stuff out of the way when you're working.
Students' work table
Bailey and his purple monkey snooze through the class
Everyone had a great time, and learned a lot!
And note to my friend Deborah up in Canada: it was 75 degrees and sunny here yesterday - just gorgeous! Sorry you missed it!