Sunday, March 29, 2009

Memory Glass

Another new technique for me - I LOVED this!!
I used moonglow pigments on memory glass pendants. I spread a little clear drying glue on one side of the glass, then whilst still wet dipped my finger into the pigment powder and dabbed it over the glue. You can mix the colours too to get what you want. When dry, I put the 2 pieces of glass together, with the pigment in the middle like a sandwich - This gives a coloured textured background. I then used stazon and stamp on top. I fix the metal frame around the glass, put a few beads on top, and you have a beautiful pendant.



7 comments:

rian said...

I see that you are not only creative with photoshop Vron but also with this glass technique !
I translated your blog for a moment so I could understeand it better.
I wonder myself where you "obtain??") the time from.

Rain said...

Ohh sorry !!
I forgot to tell how beautiful your background also is overhere.
:D
That was the reason that I came for whahahaaa.

Veronica said...

Hi Rian
Thankyou for your comments. The pendant is very quick to make - about 15 minutes only.I am glad you like it.

Vron xx

Kimmie said...

Vron, this is gorgeous! I do have one question: what is pigment powder?

Leave a comment...I will be back to check.

Only 15 minutes!

Veronica said...

Kimmie
It is Moonglow Pigment Powder.
http://www.thestampman.co.uk/catalog/index.php?cPath=34_109

HTH

Vron xx

Kimmie said...

Thank you!

Faye said...

Wow, Vron, this is so gorgeous. Wouldn't that make a unique, one-of-a-kind gift for someone?