The clay powder was easy to mix when the distilled water was added and felt creamy when rolled.
Sarah drilled the holes in her pendant. I attached a bail to the back of one of my pendants and insert a coil of copper wire for the bail of another.
Sarah wrapped a river rock with a sheet of clay and then had to mend the crack. I made another pendant from my cuttle fish mould.
Sarah made a piece with holes so I could show her how to add PMC3 after the copper was fired.
Torch firing PMC3 was a completely new experience for Sarah. She inserted the silver through the hole in the copper pendant. The washed pebble was cut into three pieces.
Sarah’s finished pendant. My gingko leaf with a silver insert. The abalone shell pendant has a silver insert with a wire embedded. I am going to add a half drill pearl.