Saturday, February 26, 2011

Stone and driftwood

I love searching for interesting treasure when we are at the beach. Finding unusual pieces of driftwood to use in jewelry is a real bonus. This necklace is made with polymer clay faux stones and a fun piece of driftwood I drilled.
A big thank you to my friend Deni, who bought the piece for a friend and also took this photo.
Also, I'll be teaching a faux stone workshop in April through San Diego Continuing Education at the West City Campus. You can make some of these lightweight faux stones too. I'll post more about date and time soon.


  1. OMGosh! At first glance I thought "Where is the clay?...How did she drill those rocks?!". You've done a fantastic job! Can you do a class for our Guild too? :)

  2. You could easily do this. I will be teaching faux stones in May through continuing education. Check out for more info.
    I'd be happy to do a class for the guild too.Tthanks T