I jarred my 2003-2004 altar. That is, I literally packed up the altar into a small jar.
It's been in storage for a few years, but I unjarred it yesterday to use it in resin cast pieces.
There were feathers and dice and old leaves in there. There was a string of vertebrae, chicken I think. There were beads and some clay calavera ornaments I made. There were fortunes from fortune cookies, screws and bolts I used to pick up on my walk to school. There was a plastic turtle.
This is one of the pieces I made using polymer clay, bones, watch parts, and miniature glass beads.
Here's Dave, casting some of his own stuff. We tried out two kinds of resin, a polyester resin and a polyacrylamide resin. Both are quite toxic. The smell gave me a headache even though we were working outdoors.
Ah, this is another piece, this one made of polymer clay, acrylic paint, photographs, and bones.