Altered-art cabochon are easy to make up. Select and cut out the images you wish to use from the photo sheet. Take your glass cabochons and apply a thin layer of Diamond Glaze and drop your images face down on top. Turn around and check to make sure there are no air pockets or bubbles. Allow to dry. When dry glue to frames using a generous amount of Diamond Glaze.
In the December issue of Creative Beading we are really lucky to have two designers represent Beads Online Anita Baills and Suess Griffin.
Anita created a stunning amethyst necklace which features Swarovski Crystals, Czech beads and layered brass stampings. The necklace was originally was meant for our beading competition but never made it. I got the email and thought wow this should be in print. Lucky for me Anita agreed.
Anita an amazing jewellery designer and has been a customer since our ebay days. Anita been featured in both Creative Beading and is a regular contributor to Australian Beading. You can see more of her beautiful work on her website www.flights-of-fancy.com.au
Suess is Australian beading royalty. She is an established polymer clay artist. She is writing a book and has plans next year to take her jewellery collection Lilian Rose to the next level by doing trade shows (Go Suess!) I am very very lucky that she allowed me to publish this piece. Suess and I have got BIG news which I am just dying to tell but all be revealed very very soon.