Back in the swing of cabbing anyway. I’ve been away from my cabbing equipment for awhile and it sure is good to be back at it. I was so excited that I couldn’t decide what I wanted to polish first. It was even a bit hard to concentrate. I found that I wanted to polish all the lil slabs I had cut. Which is way too many. So I started a few and only finished four. As soon as I get a chance I will finish the others. I ended up with a drusy quartz cab, a laguna agate, a queensland agate cab, and a chrysocolla cab.
I had read on a forum awhile back that one of the members there would mix a few different polishes and get a glass like shine on his cabs. So I tried it out. I mixed some red rouge, green polishing rouge, and cerium oxide equal parts. I got a really good polish but I think it needs to be mixed with something other than water. I didn’t like the consistency.
God is truly wonderful. It always amazes me when I cut a rock open and inside there’s this amazing pattern that you would never have thought could be in there. I can sit in awe just checking out a small slab of rock. I suppose this is my kind of meditation. All the layers and colors. Awesome!!
The pink Queensland agate just formed itself. All I had to do was take off the ugly brown stuff from the outside and it was already a heart. Not a perfect heart, but then who has a perfect heart?
The other cabs were just as much fun to make, the drusy has been on my mind for awhile, since drusy jewelry is all the rage now. The little crystals are so pretty and catch the light like stars.
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Until next time…