Faux Stone Dentates by Page McNall. Featured on Polymer Clay Daily. Cynthia Tinnapple says that Page "rolled out a sheet of ecru polymer and added a few scrap clay pieces made using Maggie Maggio’s watercolor technique. Then she colored the flat surface with alcohol inks and liquid chalks, textured it and embedded Mykonos ceramic beads for accent ... From this flat sheet, Page cut out pleasing shapes that became brooches and pendants."
Kristine Kennedy -Vintage watch tins (Elgin, Excelsior, etc) are used to frame these dreaming faces, and oh what they dream....of all those watches and all that time. Polymer clay is used to form the faces and acrylic paint is applied as a patina.