Winged Heart Steampunk Necklace with Jema Hewitt

A delightful exploration into mixed media, with easy techniques and materials you probably already have! 4 Broadcasts.

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For part one

• A4 sheet of clear frosted shrink plastic
• Staz-On ink pad
• Opaque pen/sharpe or felt tip
• Alcohol inks and diluent
• Gold leafing pen Tools
• Rubber stamp of swirls or filigree
• Pretty hole punch
• Scissors
• Heat gun (or oven)
• Paintbrush
• Pencil
• Heatproof surface, tile or tray

For part two

• 1oz assorted red Polymer Clay
• 2 part silicone putty mold maker
• Small to medium piece of filigree
• 2" of 0.6mm wire
• Small cog or gear wheel

• Tile
• Flat Blade
• Round nosed pliers
• Cheese grater
• Cocktail stick or modeling tools

For part three

• Brown Acrylic paint
• Gold Acrylic paint
• 2 bronze fresh water pearls
• 2 6mm red round Swarovski pearls
• 2 deep red Swarovski crystals
• A 2 (or 3) hole decorative connector
• Length of chain with clasp attached in the middle (mine is 16" including clasp)
• 2 Vintaj keys one large one teeny
• 0.4mm wire
• Large fancy jumpring
• Aprox 15 x 4mm jumprings

• Baby wipes
• Paintbrush
• Pliers
• Glue
• Wire cutters
• Cocktail stick

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Jema Hewitt

Jema Hewitt

Jema absolutely loves stories and characters. Her pieces evolve through designing a specific piece for an imaginary person often within Steampunk, or Gaslight Fantasy genres. She is also attracted to vibrant colours and mixed media. Jema describes herself as a bit of a magpie, leaping on random pieces and ideas and bringing them together, never sticking to one technique either! She loves to share her techniques and ideas through teaching and finds it exciting to see students developing their own imaginary characters and situations.

Jema works with a wide variety of media, using each in unusual...
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