That was one of the most intense classes I've ever taken but when it was over, I had 8 inches of face cane. Not sure what to do with it, I made a couple pendants.
On this one I used some Stroppel can that I had made.
This is the second one I made and called it "Please don't leaf me". Nice eyebrows huh?
I made this necklace and earrings and put this in our craft fair and a young girl bought it first thing.
While we were doing the face cane each part of the face had to be done separately, my biggest problem was the mouth. The eyes are a little wonky but I think every ones eyes are a little wonky.
I ended up having eye canes and mouth canes left after putting the face together. I was organizing my canes the other day and came across these two canes and a big piece of the face cane. Hard as I tried, I couldn't get them to reduce very well.
I had an order for my magnetic, refrigerator pens. A lady in Tempe wants to sell them in her boutique and I showed her the ones I made a couple weeks ago and she went crazy over them. Bought 5 right on the spot. I was making the pens and saw the face cane parts sitting there, just couldn't leave it alone.
She asked me to make more of these but I couldn't find my directions on how to make an eye cane. I asked 5 other people and they can't find their's either. Good thing I take pictures. I found the step by step details when we were making the canes in my clay class pictures. If you click on the picture you can see them closer. The one on the top right was taken from a whole piece of face cane that I cut the eyes out of. It's funny, I hung one on the refrigerator and it really looks like it's following you around the kitchen. Well, maybe the wine had something to do with it.