Wooden birds carved inside World War II-era Japanese American internment camps. A sampling of artwork in “The Art of Gaman” by Delphine Hirasuna. The bird’s tiny legs were crafted from surplus snipped off wire mesh screens over barrack windows.
Tutorial on how to make polymer clay pendant frames and then filling with epoxy resin. The pictures in the tutorial are fairly self-explanatory. Magic-gloss (a UV resin) or even liquid clay could be used in place of the epoxy resin.