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Steampunk Polymer Clay Pendant/Ornament

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Author Gayle Bird
Price $7.00
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At first, I had a grand time building a nautilus and a 3D heart - meticulously sculpting details, adjusting the shape, picking out just the right metal bits to add. When I showed my husband he said, “That’s great Gayle! But how many of those can you make in an hour?!” My answer was a feeble, “Um... one?”

Sculptural work has its place but the hubby had a point - production work is what pays the bills. Which is how I came up with this technique - it’s quick and has beautiful, unique results.

There’s a good combination of simple techniques here, all shown in clear, step-by-step photos with concise written instructions for complete clarity.

Along with the step-by-step techniques for making these simple, stunning pieces, you’ll also learn:

How to work with mica powders
How to create makeshift texture stamps
How to use a pasta machine

More than 80 precisely explained steps and nearly 200 close-up, sharp photos will ensure you are never left confused.

The final product can be used as components such as pendants, earrings, cufflinks, brooches, buttons...even Christmas Tree ornaments!


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Polymer clay such as Premo - black works best
A pasta/clay machine or manual clay roller
Various charms, stamps, and household objects for texturing
Mica powders such as Pearl Ex
A tiny, dry paintbrush
Shape cutters (dedicated to the use of clay)
Watch parts and metal bits
A ceramic tile or tempered glass baking sheet

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