Vintage Image Pendants

comments (12) August 29th, 2008 in gallery     

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ArtByMAR ArtByMAR, member
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I have a huge collection of vintage illustrations from all kinds of books, postcards etc. that have been passed down through my family.  I made tiny prints and decoupaged them to a wood base to create these pendants.  Check them out at my etsy shop.

Pattern or design used: My own design - Art By MAR
posted in: gallery, Jewelry, necklace, white, wearable, blue, paper, vintage, black, orange, retro, paint, historical, wood

Comments (12)

Nodan writes: The picture of the pendants are almost about the Easter days. They are unique and meaningful.
Posted: 3:06 am on January 31st
vickasart writes: I already tlked with Tilano. I got it all answered.
Posted: 11:52 am on January 15th
vickasart writes: Hello artists.

Anybody can tell me if tilano image paper is reusable and where do I buy more and what is the average price? Thank you. my email [email protected]

Posted: 1:11 am on January 14th
CupcakeCutie writes: they are so are very talented...
Posted: 9:10 am on September 8th
PolymerClayTutor writes: They look to me like they are coated with resin. Is that right? The are wonderful... remind me of some of my childhood books!
Posted: 7:22 pm on August 30th
CrimsonTide writes: These are just TOO adorable. I am so impressed. You have so much talent. Please keep sharing your creations and ideas.

Posted: 10:23 am on August 30th
AmyAmy writes: Wow those are gorgeous! Have you ever tried a product called Tilano? I use their transfer paper for decopauging and it is way easier- your look great, but you should check it out- I love your bags too!
Posted: 4:57 pm on August 29th
clotheshorsey writes: these pendants are so lovely.... this work would sell anywhere! go on to more cereative work, and..... enjoy! Best wishes. J.
Posted: 3:29 pm on August 29th
ArtByMAR writes: Thank you so much! Susan--checked out your Etsy Shop--your bags are adorable! iHanna--I use a 3 dimensional sealer by Plaid. After MUCH experimenting it seems to give me the best results.
Posted: 6:51 am on August 18th
SusanElizabeth writes: Me again. Just visited your Etsy shop and have added you to my favorites. I too have a Etsy shop, SusanElizabeth. Please visit some time. :)
Posted: 7:25 am on August 16th
SusanElizabeth writes: How sweet looking. I'm especially fond of the bunny!
Posted: 7:21 am on August 16th
iHanna writes: Wow, they are so pretty!! How did you seal them? It looks very professionall to me!
Posted: 12:41 pm on August 11th
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