Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Sterling silver clay

These are just a few of my new PMC charm necklaces. The whale was a antique leather button which i made a mold from. The compass was a wax seal and the anchor was an antique button that I used as a impression. This is first time that I have tried out the new Sterling silver PMC clay.
The pro's are that people understand what .925 is about. It is harder than fine silver. It has a hint of a golden color to it, because they add bronze clay to the fine silver. The con's are that you have to fire in the kiln twice. Which in my case take a long while.
I also tried copper clay which was a lot of fun. Because it's so reasonable I can make  much larger pieces.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Are you ready for the summer?

I have been busy getting everything ready for this summer farmers and artisans market. Trying to learn to take better photos of my jewelry for etsy and adds. Louise Martling  and I having been working on a new logo and advertising for my business. Looking forward to a fresh start.  file://localhost/Users/priscillamcintosh/Dropbox/PMcIntosh_SNFarmersMktAd.pdf

Sunday, January 15, 2012

New Year, clean slate

This month I have busy making new resin pins Girl friends, Breast cancer, and halloween pins.
This past week Joanne Johnsen and several other Friends and I have been busy making jewelry
for Kyle Printz's fund raiser on February 11th at the Rose & Crown. He was diagnosed with leukemia the week of Christmas. So stop by make a donation and pick up a bauble or two.