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Encapture Artisan Concrete Pendant


About this design:

This pendant was made using a heart shaped bezel and Encapture Artisan Concrete and a piece from another bracelet. Very fine concrete powder mixed with activator and can be stained or colored. Anything new or old from vintage pieces can be embedded in the concrete while still wet. Sets up fairly quickly.

Components:

Encapture Artisan Concrete, bezel,component from another bracelet. Silver chain.



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  1. Lois D
    Lois D says:

    Oh my goodness, I’ve read about the Encapture Artisan Concrete, but don’t recall seeing it in a design. Sounds like it would be fun to use. Great design and love that you re-used components!

  2. Granny Nancy
    Granny Nancy says:

    Wowwwwwwww! I’m awestruck.

  3. Laud
    Laud says:

    Awesome!

  4. Beadaholic
    Beadaholic says:

    This is new to me…..I’ll have to look into it. Lovely design!

  5. Deb Harding
    Deb Harding says:

    Freaking awesome as all get out!!!! A stunning piece!

  6. Beadzilla aka Wanda
    Beadzilla aka Wanda says:

    New product for me also. Fabulous piece! I like how you recycled some components.

  7. Gail Layne
    Gail Layne says:

    Never heard of Encapture Artisan Concrete either, but I’m fascinated! What do you color it with? Do you need a kiln or does it air dry? Are there advantages over something like Crystal Clay? Love, love, love your design! It’s just so original and cool! Hope you don’t mind all the questions! I have a germ of a project idea that I was considering Crystal Clay for, but your piece just blows me away!

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    Mary S - Sweet Chick says:

    WOW!!!!! Concrete! Who knew?!! :-D
    Gorgeous pendant and very intriguing media.

  9. Asia
    Asia says:

    Concrete, one would never guess, great idea :D

  10. CAS
    CAS says:

    Wow! … simply wow! Beautiful and unique. I love recycling and repurposing.

  11. SquirrelGirl aka Angela
    SquirrelGirl aka Angela says:

    I’ve never heard of it either, but I love the look. You’ve created a stunning piece here.

  12. Little Round Chick
    Little Round Chick says:

    Fantastic design! The concrete sounds like fun to play with. Did you get it on line? :)

  13. ginAveri aka Dee
    ginAveri aka Dee says:

    Never heard of it, but your design is beautiful. I love jewelry that looks old. Let us know more about the concrete concept, Please

  14. RosaLee J
    RosaLee J says:

    I will try here to answer all question. Artisan concrete can be purchased at several sites. Jewel School on jtv.com, and several other places. It comes in a gray color but you can color it with mica, alcohol ink, You can paint it with acrylics. I like the gray when dry – you brush it with a steel brush and gold highlights jump out. It drys in about 2 hours. It begins to stiffen in about 5-6 minutes so I cut up all the parts I am going to imbed first that way it goes quickly. It now also comes in white powder and can be dyed any color.I use old vintage earrings or pieces from other cut up jewelry, charms etc, and wire. If you wish to see all of the ones I still have left you can view at http://www.dragonflysublime.etsy.com. Please feel free to contact me with questions at any time. I am so pleased to get such a great reaction.

  15. Lois D
    Lois D says:

    Wow, I just went to your site and you have some gorgeous pieces for sale! And thank you for sharing the information on the Artisan concrete. I love the look of it and just might have to give it a try!

  16. Michelle
    Michelle says:

    WOW! FANTASTIC Rosalee, absolultely wonderful, what a fab idea, it looks REALLY special! I love it!

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    JC Hamm says:

    Stunning and such a wow piece. I’m going to check out your other pieces,Again this is beautiful!!!

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