And here's one with flash:
The ultimate jewelry polish. I once sent Tracey a decant of it so she could make me a few of her cuties! I should show them to you some day, if you're interested.
So, how did I do this, keeping in mind I do not have the utilites or material Tracey does? I just painted one coat of a black creme, then poured quite a bit of the Nfu Oh and worked to spread it all over, fast. Whatever came too close to the outline, I just cleaned up with my remover pen. To close this thing up and make it shiny and even, I used my trusty Diamont topcoat from Nubar. I ended up doing two coats of it, although in these photos there's just one, because they were shot before the bulk of the polish was set. The pendant is quite large, as I'm a girl who tend to prefer over-sized jewelry, and measures about 6 centimeters across, the polished part measuring a ittle over 3,5 centimeters, which roughly translates into 2,4 inches/1,3inches.
However, I wouldn't shower with this one on...
Swedish word of the day:
berlock -noun pendant
I love this Swedish word.