When I took a workshop with Crystal Neubauer I learned about pouring into wire, and decided to play with that some more. I made a rectangular-ish shape and then layered a second tier of wire loops over it. Then I poured encaustic medium into the top loop and embedded a yellow puzzle piece. When the pour was hardened, I aded yellow artisan paper to the back of the pendant.
This is a fabulous piece for the avid puzzle aficionado in your life. Customization of this kind of puzzle piece is possible.
The pendant measures 2 inches long by 1 3/4 inches wide and 1/4 inches deepÂ and comes with a black satin cord. Pictured is a 16″ cord. See other available lengths in the additional information tab.
Encaustics should be cared for as you would for any fine art piece. Encaustic derives from the word â€˜burn inâ€™ and is a process of applying molten wax colors to a surface for the creation of images or decoration that began more than 2 millennia ago with Roman Egyptian wax portraits.