I made these from embossing powder melted in a Ranger Melting Pot. This is one side:
And this is the other:
I used both Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel (UTEE) and regular powder (plain and with glitter, of course
) because I didn't have a lot of colors of the UTEE and I wanted a bit more variety. After it was melted I poured it into either a silicon mold or a small cookie cutter shape.
I don't know if you can tell from the pictures but some are shiny on both sides while others are shiny on only one side. The un-shiny side was usually the one facing down. You can make the surface shiny with a heat gun and I tried that with some of them but if you overdo it they bubble and re-melt so after ruining a bunch I decided to just leave them the way they were. I actually kind of like the un-shiny side, it looks more - I don't know, natural maybe. (And I even kind of like the indentations made from the bubbles
I did make a bunch more of these, but I put holes in those so I think they'd be called "pendants." The holes were kind of a pain to do so I decided to experiment with a few that didn't have them. That's this group. I think they'd be called cabochons.
I have individual pictures of these so if you want to see any *really* close up let me know.