Alice in Wonderland bottle necklace - A beautiful two dimensional silhouette of Alice looks three dimensional when placed inside this glass bottle.
A gold chain attaches a plastic tag with a decoupaged parchment-colored, handwritten "Drink Me" label.
The Alice silhouette was not created by me. It was sold as a scrapbook/stationery item, but I wanted it to last longer so I made it into jewelry! I consider it a material I used in an assemblage jewelry piece. The IDEA of turning it into a jewelry piece and this overall design is mine.
I try to make my little figures smooth as possible but sometimes a little mark or something escapes me... I mean, all my clay pieces have imperfections. If it's great enough, I never show it online. In this case though, I kinda like it...
Second is called: When You Wish Upon a Star [link]
Keys are so popular in DA. I actually have to adjust the keys on this one... notice how some look like they had to be twisted to show the front? yeah, I need to add another jump ring to attach the keys.
Materials: Polymer clay, paints, chain and key charms.
This work belongs to me, this photo, this idea and this jewelry. Thank you for not copying or recreating!
Inspired by Jeff Thomasís (aka ) Pon and Zi webcomic. The often one-line per comic strip and simple character designs of Pon and Zi evoke so much emotion that a lot of people can relate to.
I believe that they were my inspiration for my jewelry piece, The Tin Manís Heart. I didnít derive my idea from a specific Pon and Zi comic and it was designed specifically as a necklaceÖ I think my idea came from what I loved most about Jeff Thomasís work: their minimal design and the emotions they can evoke.
Please don't go accusing me of stealing. I feel extremely proud of this piece because it will become the first in a series for the Tin Man. It was my original design and I admit to being inspired by someone else's work.
Thanks for not copying this work or using this image!