I had time to rethink the design and this is what came out. Available in my Etsy shop.
The base is made of a brass connector, which happened to have a perfect spot for a round cabochon in the middle. It seemed suitable enough for steampunk style. I like the unusual shape it became. Available in my shop.
Pendants like these were one of the first I designed. 2cm bead and relatively simple wrapping (in comparison to my other designs). I haven’t been making them in a while and everybody seemed to like them, so I figured I’d make a batch. These are green and pinkish brown (you might call them steampink, actually). Available in my shop.
Two glass cabs are from Mollie Barrow and one is from the For The People shop (my two favourite ever artisan glass suppliers, I only wish they also did lampworking). Available in my shop. Enjoy.
These are steampunk ones with keys, they’re very popular, especially the blue ones, so I made a lot. Available in the steampunk section of my shop.
I’m back from my long holidays, where I took some work with me so I wouldn’t feel entirely useless. Turns out I made over 60 pendants. I’ll try to list all of them in the next few days. Red and purple hearts are the first though, because there have been requests for them. Grab them quickly, they’ll most likely be gone until the next week. Available in the Gothic section of my shop.
It wasn’t exactly my idea, to make this pendant look like a one-eyed monster, but it certainly came out that way. Available in my Etsy shop.
Took almost 6 hours to complete *faints*. I know it doesn’t look like your generic dragon should, but who’s to say there are no different dragon races, right? At least it’s what I keep telling myself… Available in my Etsy shop.
This one is more cartoon-like than the previous one. Available on Etsy.
You really don’t want to know how much time it took to complete it. A pendant like this has to be wrapped around at least twice, so it doesn’t bend, and needs extra wire in a few spots to give it durability. I used lots of tiny glass beads to decorate it. It was fun to make, but took lots and lots of work. Available on Etsy.