Damask Polymer Clay Pendants made with Sculpey


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 Damask Polymer Clay Pendants!

These clay pendant necklaces are stunning!  They are much simpler to make than they look.  The way they are painted makes them look so ornate and special.  They are a great craft and make great handmade gifts!
Which color is your favorite?  I love the teal, pink and blues together.  I'm totally addicted to teal, turquoise and blue!
 It's easy to make these colorful pendants!
When all was said and done...I liked the damask ones the BEST!

 Supplies needed:

Oven bake clay, like this white Sculpey.
Rubber Stamps (like this damask stamp)
Acrylic Craft Paint
 Soften and roll out some clay about 1/4" thick.
 Stamp an impression on the clay

 Use a cookie cutter to cut the clay
 Add a necklace hole with a straw

 Place on a tray and bake according to package directions.
(I did it 15 minutes at 275* F)
Now it is time to paint!
Start by giving each pendant a base coat...and let it dry.

Now, add some other colors...
 Dab another color on it and get down in all the cracks.
 Just over part of the pendant.
 Then use a damp cloth and wipe off the top surface of the paint.
 Add on some more paint, in another color!
 Wipe again.
 Keep it like this...
 Or keep wiping and the paint on the highest surface will
 wipe off and show the white clay again!
Repeat again---for a stunning sort of tie dye effect!



 These are gorgeous and would make great ornaments too!

 Add a chain, cord or whatever to make a stunning necklace!



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Comments

  1. OMG!!!! it's wonderful!!! thank u for this beautiful tutorial :)
    hugs
    Angela

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  2. This is amazing !
    Eb x
    Thefearlessfox.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. OMG they look stunning!! I love the distressed look very much!! Great project!

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  4. I can't wait to do this! I think I want to decorate our Christmas tree with these this year, now to get my daughters ready to have fun making them. Thanks so much for a beautiful project!!!

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  5. really gorgeous will try it

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  6. These are beautiful, what sort of paint do you use? Thanks

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  7. Thanks for this tutorial, I can't wait to give it a try!

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  8. Thanks for such a clear tutorial!

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  9. Got to give it a try.Thanks for sharing.

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  10. What types of paint are you using? Anyone?

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  11. From her photo, I see the brand name Apple Barrel; must be acrylic paint.

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