As part of my new hug collection. Here is a small handmade red heart necklace with arms wrapped around it representing a special hug from you to someone you are missing so much right now during these hard times. This comes on a chain as shown in the pictures and is presented in a silver card jewelry box. You can personalise this item by letting me know your message. I will print this and it will be folded then placed behind the necklace ready for them to read once received.
This handmade clay pendant was painted with acrylic paints, and glazed with a gloss medium agent as a finish.
The year before lastI was in search of a hobby to give me some relaxation and enjoyment. So I bought myself a potter’s wheel and started to learn how to create items with clay. I have become very passionate in handcrafting clay items, not just with the potter’s wheel recently more so becoming imaginative and handcrafting other items in more of a sculpting fashion.
I am visually impaired as I have serious auto immune inflammatory eye conditions that have and continue to damage my eyes. I also developed medication induced cataracts which got to the point where I was literally almost totally blind. However, I have had two eye surgeries to get rid of the cataracts which they did and I feel truly blessed to have some vision back. But, my left eye vision currently is very limited as it has now developed capsule opaqueness plaque behind the lens that was replaced. So I am awaiting laser surgeries to see if they will prevent me from losing my sight totally in that eye. As for my right eye it is doing quite well at the moment I have visual distortion and reading is very difficult with either eye. However, I will not let that define me nor my other disabilities from doing what I have now found to be my true passion working with clay.
This is why I have now decided to see if people are interested in the handcrafted clay items I am making.
I use a magnifier visor unit to assist me in doing the fine detail of my handcrafted items, this I find helps a lot. The more items I make the more skilled I am becoming