I wanted to experiment with weaving ideas. Sorry this image of the completed earrings posted sideways.
Here's a close-up (below). I first rolled out and textured my clay, and then cut it in strips, working quickly as the clay dries fast. I used some water on a paintbrush to slip in between the connections, and then gently pressed them together. They do not look like exactly what I envisioned, but I still think they are really cool. I don't know anyone else with woven silver earrings! I dangled them on a piece of chain because, with my long hair, I kind of liked them having a little 'swing'.
After the lily earrings, I still had some clay left over, but we were running out of time, so I quickly rolled out some leftover clay and pressed a rubber stamp into it, and then used a circle cutter to make these quick earrings:
As you can see, I am smitten with PMC, so down the road you may see me doing some more. For those of you from NY state, if you attend the NYSATA conference in November, I'll probably have a different pair of PMC earrings swinging from my ears every time you see me (remember, I made another 4 pairs back in July, so that's a LOT of earrings). Anyhow, if you don't recognize me from my silver hair, just look for the jewelry!