Friday, February 19, 2010

Honey, honey....

Several people have commented that they were curious about a "sequin" style solid piece that I have shown on my blog a couple of times in the last week, and so I thought I would show you exactly what it is! . It is actually a piece of utee moulded from a honeycomb mould that I first saw Suze using in the States. All you do is melt utee in your meltpot, and pour generously into the mould!
I actually made this piece by using a memory frame laid on top of the mould and pouring red utee mixed with perfect Pearls on to the Frame.. This gives it its gold sheen.
The back is just as beautiful as the front too!
I added a red metal bead and a little dangly thing from an old bracelet. I added a pin to the back for use as a brooch.
Happy Creating!

13 comments:

Helen said...

Jennie, it looks awesome - what a fab colour! Thanks for showing us the details.

whyducks said...

Just gorgeous Jennie x

Lori said...

This looks great Jennie! Love to see what other folks make from UTEE.

June said...

fantastic piece Jennie, truly inspirational
hugs June xxxxxxx

froebelsternchen Susi said...

gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

It has all been said, but truly fab You are so clever
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aka Barbara

Caroline said...

Lovely, Jennie

Lottie said...

What a brilliant idea - I have yet to be brave and enter the world of experiments - it looks stunning.

Hels Sheridan said...

;love the beadyness :O))

Sarah Anderson said...

brilliant idea, I love that stamp!

Amy said...

That is so fabulous Jen!!

Julie Ranae said...

Really cool technique, Jennie...thanks for sharing!

craftytrog said...

Love it! Must dust off my pot & get melting again! x