Friday, July 1, 2016

Polymer Clay Tutorial Silk Screen Hamsa Hand Pendant

Join me to make these colorful silk screened polymer clay Hamsa hand pendants.  We'll use a silk screen and DecoArt Americana paint to lay the base pattern and then add colorful bits of clay to add zing!    The Hamsa hand is thought to be a protective sign. It is also thought to bring it's owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.  Hope you enjoy this project.

Hamsa hand cutters:

Sculpey Silkscreen Kit:

DecoArt Paint Peacock Teal:

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Hamsa hand cookie cutter or paper template
Sculpey Silk Screen kit or silk screen of choice
Pasta Machine:
Clay blade
Craft knif
Paint brush or applicator for varnish

Clay Premo! Sculpey: Ecru PE02 5093 and small amounts of colorful scraps
Paint DecoArt Americana Peacock Teal acrylic paint DA326
Varathane varnish matte:
Varathane varnish gloss:
Jump rings
Necklace findings
Plastic wrap


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