This batch of hearts from Ron Lehocky has an energy that I can’t quite explain. They buzz and vibrate in an unusual way.
We’ve got a Skinner blend base with a layer of opposing Skinner blend slices that are accompanied by depressed dots. Up/down, in/out over shifting colors. My impulse is to fondle these delicious hearts and take a tiny nibble.
Don’t you love it when polymer engages all your senses?
(My husband’s tests came back all good so I can breathe a little. Thanks for all your support during my meltdown.)
This small addition to a mask creates a useful and decorative polymer accessory that alleviates ear chafing and discomfort.
Mask holders can be simple or ornate. They can be personalized or spread your message. For those of us who don’t sew, Rozen provides an outlet for our altruism.
There are many ways to be helpful, stay creative, and contribute in these strange times. That’s what we’ll be exploring in Saturday morning’s StudioMojo. What’s helpful and exciting and perhaps hidden from view? Come explore with us.
She refers to her chunky look as “newspaper crackle.” It’s a great look for this black and white oval pendant.
I had no idea what a rabbit hole crackle techniques have become. Is it because we’re feeling fractured that we’re so attracted to this barely-glued-together look? Whether you like fine crazing or chunky crackling, you can find the effect of your choice here.