by Neena Shilvock.
(Nuneaton, United Kingdom)
Love the ginkgo leaf – made some pendants from a stencil I had, but overlapped them, elongated the stems and turned them into a focal piece for this piece to which I added dew in the form of little pearls and gossamer in the form of fine wire – a Dew fairy Dreams
Good use of the stencils to make the leafs which add a little something to the necklace.
Love the leaves
Please give us more info on how you created these beautiful leaves. What is the material? Love them.
by: Neena Shilvock
The leaves were created with polymer clay, using a stencil and then shaping the leaves to the way they are meant to look – they have long curving stems for instance – and I overlapped one piece over the other, rather than have a stand alone leaf – cured, drew veins, painted, cured, varnished, cured – and bingo! – hope that was useful. I have had a few enquiries about the leaves and actually made some to order and sold them on to people – they do seem to be popular as they are each a stand alone pendant in their own right, that I wired together for my necklace
Your sweet necklace is truly fairy like.
Love the concept, lovely!
Fairy leaf necklace
Such a lovely piece! I love the leaves and the organic way they’re scattered among the pearls. Wonderful wire work, too.
Thank you so much for sharing this stunning necklace here!
Love the Ginko leaves. This piece is a great accessory for spring.
Beautiful Neena. I have thoroughly enjoyed the elegance and beauty of your latest creations. Keep going my friend.