Friday, October 7, 2016

Polymer Clay Faux Turquoise Pendant - Collaboration with Stephanie Bergeron of Deliberately Creative

It's a collaboration with Stephanie Power Bergeron of Deliberately Creative!  Stephanie created a turquoise doodle gem and I've recreated it in polymer clay.  Join me in my studio for this fun jewelry making project where we'll make polymer clay faux turquoise and a wonderfully intricate frame.

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Fluted Round Cutter Set:
Kemper Cutter 3/16" Set:
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Pasta machine
Clay blade
Ceramic or glass tile
Rubber clay shaper
Craft knife
Kemper cutter 3/16" round
Oval cutter
Scalloped round cutter 1-3/4"
Ball stylus
Jewelry pliers
Paint brush
Texture sheet

Clay - Sculpey Premo! white, deep blue, copper, burnt umber
Paint - DecoArt Americana (Lamp Ebony Black) Golden Fine Iridescent Gold
Plastic Wrap
Paper towel
Necklace finding
Jump ring - 9mm or as large as needed for size of pendant
Bail - size to fit necklace fnding


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