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Clay

Explore 16 projects, 1 gallery, 4 videos, and more

Polymer Clay 101: Cutting Flat Shapes

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Polymer Clay Rings

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Polymer Clay Charm Necklace

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Who knew a geometry lesson could be so cool? Piled on a chunky faux-metal thread-wrapped chain, nearly two dozen square charms cheerfully mingle with four or five rectangular ones. The mix looks random, but the colors are limited to six to give the piece just enough cohesion. 
Materials
  • 24-inch thread-wrapped chain
  • Jump rings
  • Round-nose pliers
  • Flat-nose pliers
  • Polymer clay charms
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Polymer Clay 101: Working with Molds

Steps:5
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Polymer Clay Bead Necklace

Steps:5
Just about anything can be used to mold polymer clay, including the mini tart tins that formed the beads of this necklace. Big enough to make a statement, the bib-style design has ribbon ties that adjust to suit the neckline of any outfit. 
Materials
  • 4 large and 3 small polymer clay beads
  • Scrap paper
  • Faux-suede fabric
  • Glue
  • Needle and embroidery ribbon
  • Jump rings
  • 1/2-inch cotton taffeta mesh ribbon
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Polymer Clay Charm Earrings

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Ribbon Cuff with Polymer Clay Charms

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