UnaOdd’s pendant molds

This row of simple, rustic pendants by Lynn (UnaOdd) is even more appealing when you see the molds she made using plants from her garden and Knead-a-Mold. “The final mold can be used in the oven (for polymer) and is food safe as well,” says Lynn.

Here’s a lovely mosaic photo of her results and more examples are sprinkled throughout her Etsy gallery and her Flickr photos.

I try to stick to my “no products” rule on PCDaily but this idea grabbed me and I had to share.

Genevieve Williamson’s blog (JibbyandJuna) led me to the link. The two artists went to college together and you can feel a sympatico vibe in their work. Have a simple, rustic weekend.

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  • reply Christine Harris ,

    Great pendants. I like their colors and simplicity!

    • reply alisa R. ,

      I’m a huge fan of Lynn’s work, and mesmerized by the way she works. Her pendants are so organic, colorful and touchable!
      I also admire Genevieve’s creations; I see what you mean about the sympatico vibe!

      • reply Margaret Almon ,

        How cool to see Lynn’s pendants here, and the link to the molds. I love art tiles, many of which are made with molds, and it’s neat to see it in polymer.

        • reply Lynn/UnaOdd ,

          Wow! What a lovely surprise. I’m having so much fun playing with textures and colors…I’m thrilled that people like them!
          Genevieve is a wonderful, wonderful artist and friend. I admire her art and the wonderful explorations she’s making.
          Thank you!
          Lynn

          • reply UnaOdd’s Polymer Clay Pendants | Metal Clay Jewelry ,

            […] UnaOdd’s Polymer Clay Pendants October 3, 2009 | By admin In metal clay | It’s regularly fun to see alternative people’s process, isn’t it? I love these poly clay pendants by Lynn at UnaOdd, that I saw currently at Polymer Clay Daily: http://polymerclaydaily.com […]

            • reply Tonja Lenderman ,

              • reply Lynn/UnaOdd ,

                Tonja, I thank you!!!

                • reply Kate Clawson ,

                  It’s great to see Lynn’s work here, naturally I’ve admired her style for some time since finding her on etsy after I joined.

                  • reply Genevieve ,

                    I’m thrilled to see Lynn’s work featured here! It is worth stating again – her attention to craftsmanship is amazing and I am continually inspired by her designs, use of materials and great color sense.

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