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Secret Sister Pendant Day 29 of 31 Days of Halloween

It’s my 7 Year Anniversary!!! It’s been wonderful…and has gone by so fast. I’m thinking we may need to watch our wedding video with the kidlings later. It’s pretty awesome.

A few posts ago, I shared a Beatrix the Witch card from Simply Betty Stamps. I mentioned it was for my Secret Sister in a gift exchange. Today I am going to show you the gift I made her.

I made this pendant by using a fancy Halloween corner stamp from Inkadinkado, and pressing it into translucent clay by Sculpy. After baking, I colored it with Alcohol Inks.

I added a cool star and some pretty beads, and then created the necklace. See the spider in the upper middle of the pendant?

I like how it came out. It’s definitely an unusual piece…but I prefer that, of course! Happily, my Secret Sister loved it! These are so much fun to make, I really encourage you to give these clay pendants a go.

I am off to celebrate my Anniversary now! I promised a couple of pics…here they are. Then and now.

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I miss those trumpeters…they should be following me where ever I go! ;)

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This (above) is one of my favorite pictures from the entire day.

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This was just a couple of weeks ago. This is where we got married….the same spot as in the first picture. We had not been back there since our wedding day…we were so happy to return.

Be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, listed in my side bar. Thanks so much for stopping by. Have an spook-tacular day!

Comments

DonnaMundinger said…
Oh Alison! That necklace is just stunning! Your secret sister is such a lucky gal! Happy Anniversary! Your pix are just adorable. What a fabulous wedding that must have been. A huge congrats to you both and best wishes for many, many more. xxD
Have a fabulous anniversary celebration. What a gorgeous wedding. You both look fabulous, then AND noW!!

the necklace, AWESOME! Of course your secret sister loved it, how could she not?
Laura B said…
Beautiful necklace! I love it when you post pics of your wedding! So pretty. And I love that last picture of you and Gene, so sweet.:)
Your necklace is awesome!!! I really love all the details that show in the clay!!! Your added goodies make it even more "Wowing"!! Now your pictures are absolutely beautiful!!! I love the theme of your wedding!!! Congrats again and Happy Anniversary!!!
Sharon Sahl said…
Gorgeous necklace! I'm thrilled you are having so much fun with the polymer clay. Your wedding looks like it was wonderful and you haven't changed a bit!!
Unknown said…
Awesome necklace looks fantastic lovely pictures. Happy Anniversary
Luv Jane xxx
Susan said…
awesome pendant!

lovely pics from your wedding...Renn.?
VERY cool!
You both look great!! I wish you may more years of wedded bliss!
Our 26th anniversary will be 11/9

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!
hugs,
Susan
Monique's art said…
happy anniversary, I love the pendant
Steph said…
Happy Anniversary! What beautiful pictures. I like your little witch hat :)
Gorgeous pendant, I really have to go get some of that clay.
KristyLee said…
Great photos, and I totally love your pendent you did a FAB job on it!
Peace,
KristyLee
ike said…
AWESOME pendant - sooo cool. Do you have to bake that stuff to make it hard enough to wear ??? I bet she gasped when she got this you know !
SUPERB pikkies of your wedding - you look awesome. I'd love to see some more. Happy Anni :-D xxxx
Alison your pendant is gorgeous! your secret sister is a lucky lady :)

Your pics are FAB you look beautiful.

Do you know what my husband said to me on our 7th wedding anniversary..... "7 years, does that mean I can have the 7 year itch?" you can imagine my response LOL

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