I felt that same wildness in the tendrils of my brain when I was creating these mini poly clay portrait style pendants. It had been a long time since I worked with resin and emphera and I confess I felt both joy and fear in my mad experiments. And I also felt a strange sense of abandon and release and totally immersed in the act of "play." Isn't it lovely when that happens?
As to the process, I started with plain white clay that I lightly textured using fabric as my texture tool. Then I finger painted various colors very lightly using Genesis Heat set Paints. When all that was completed and baked, I resined the flowers and mod podged the papers. After everything was dry/cured, I attached the flowers and papers to the baked/painted clay using resin. That stamp on the pendant on the right I snuck from my boyfriend's collection. I fessed up of course (after the deed was done).
Below is the June challenge picture.
Go here to see more info on the challenge and other entries.