Sunday, October 25, 2009

Mosaic Monday #4


Mosaic Monday is hosted by Mary @ Little Red House.

Yesterday I made some resin jewelry from the flowers I collected on Saturday whilst walking out in the country. Today, Monday I popped them out of their mold, well four at the moment, three are still in the mold. Here is a collage of the resin jewels and the scenery from Saturday.

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Here are all four jewels that have popped out so far. I cannot wait until they cure, then I can sand, polish, drill and wear them with pride and joy, knowing that I have picked those flowers and encased them for eternity for me to wear :)

My favorite is the flower in the oval shaped pendant.

I will add photo of the others when they come out.

These should not have bubbles in them, has been a while since I used resin, but I like the effect and it is not overpowering the flowers.

I have been away for a week now in bloggy land. My hubby was on two week break, he is back now and I will get back to blogging as usual. I am anticipating your thoughts and thank you for all your time to read my blog and have your say :)

Please visit Mary @ Little Red House and see many wonderful Mosaic/Collages and join in the fun too :)

For anyone that would like to create Mosaic/Collages, I am using Picasa from Google

Have a Fantastic Day and


ellen b. said...

What beautiful scenes you photographed and what a fun project to go with the flowers you collected. Very pretty...

Dishesdone said...

WOW, those are beautiful! Great pieces you made, such talent and creativity!

Anonymous said...

What different colors there right now compared to here! Love your creations. That oval is my favorite too I think. Enjoy! ~Jeanne

Ebie said...

Monika! you have such a talent! Your jewelries are gorgeous!

Shelia said...

Hi Monika! Oh, lovely mosaic and I'm so impressed with your jewelry making! I love those little flowers in the resin. Thank you so much for popping in to see me and I do hope you'll come back again sometime.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Dragonfly Treasure said...

Wow, those are so cool! I like that you used the flowers You found.*Hugs*deb

Joyce said...

Flower picking, photos and resins make you one busy and creative lady! I am not sure I could just pick one!

Chari said...

Hello Monika...

Beautiful flowers and I love how you used them in your mosaics! My favorite are the beautiful aqua flowers in the first mosaic...what are those...they are absolutely gorgeous!!! Your resin jewelry is really beautiful and what a wonderful way to preserve some of those pretty flowers! I think my favorite is the pretty pink flower in the oval resin too!

Thank you so much for sharing your pretties with us today!

Warmest wishes,
Chari @Happy To Design

Thoughtfully blended hearts said... and jewelry!!!

Diann said...

Hi Monika!

Beautiful mosiac! the flowers are all so pretty. I love wht you have sone with them. Your gems are so lovely!

Have a wonderful day!

Greyscale Territory said...

Love the idea of preserving flowers in resin! I didn't know about this! And how beautiful they look in mosaic!

Icy BC said...

Wow..those are beautiful jewelry, and a great mosaic!

Mary said...

Wow, what a neat idea! I love the photos you took on your walk, too. Thanks so much for sharing your talent at MM. :)

storyteller said...

What beautiful yellows in your header and lovely jewelry you've created and shared. I have a friend who loves to create such things and marvel at the patience she exhibits. Marvelous mosaic too. Thanks for visiting mine at Happily Retired Gal and hope you're having a delightful day.
Hugs and blessings,

MyJourneyBack said...

How pretty and what a creative idea to combine the jewelry and the outdoor scenes.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a Blessed Week,

Allison of Dominant Hands said...

The flower colors are beautiful in the resin. We're heading into winter here and a necklace with a resin pendant like yours would keep summer alive!

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful pieces of art. I love your mosaic, great work.

Regina said...

Lovely creations and mosaic!
Have nice week.
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