Gregarious Expressions

by Alicia Grega



ScrantonMade: Introducing ScrantonMade Artist Alicia Grega of SubVerse Aphrodesia

Thanks to ScrantonMade for this beautiful piece and forthcoming opportunity!

ScrantonMade: Introducing ScrantonMade Artist Alicia Grega of SubVerse Aphrodesia.

batch of pendants

I created these pendants with story illustrations clipped from two old Readers Digest volumes of condensed books.
The books were part of a three box inheritance from Heather of ReaDo, a local Etsy seller who makes these real snazzy purses with old hard book covers. These are books she can’t use but I might be able to use as binding for that homemade paper I’ll be getting to before the summer is over.
Anyway, I adhered the clippings with a shimmering silver modge podge, then “weathered” the edges with a knife and file before applying two coats of laminate/diamond glaze to seal.
Boring? Maybe but I think they look awesome.
Now… What to hang them from? Suede cord, wooden beads, copper chain?


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