My name is Marie Segal and I share my work, my life, and my art at Art from my Heart

Now the mayhem and getting ready for the season I love so much begins. Halloween... I have been waiting for this forever it seems.

Wear a fabulous knuckle necklace, a bone to pick, to a spooktacular evening of elegance a la a stony entrance with appendages dangling from your neck.

*all links in this list will lead to my husbands Clay Factory store if you are looking for these products*

You will need:

Cernit phthalate free polymer clay 1- 2 ounce package of opaque White, Caramel, and Granite
7/16” round or teardrop cutter
Slicing blade
Ne-Opaque Black or brown
Stencil Brush ½ inch round
Bamboo skewer
Old towel
Cylindrical glass jar or rolling pin
Copper wire 14 gauge
Wire tools round nose and side cutters

Step 1:

1. Mix 4 parts of opaque white to 1 part of caramel until it is one color.
You can use 2 block of the opaque white to 1/2 block of the caramel.
<p>Looks cool! A suggestion for the bones- try a lighter color, closer to ivory, and then use a brown paint on them. Most bones don't have any black unless they are burned or covered in dirt, but a browner color painted on gives a very realistic touch.</p>
Great to see you here Marie!! Love this site!!
Glad to be here Kathndolls! Me too!
Love it, you are a wonderful teacher &lt;3 Kasi
Thanks sdsnaggle what an awesome thing to say! I try!
Ahhh.....my youngest will like this project! ;)
And very fun for you two to make together jawasan!! <br>Have fun and thank you for reading, I appreciate it!
thats a really cool look !
Thanks l8nite, I think it might transfer well to something else beside a necklace or bracelet. <br>How about a hanging bone mobile? <br>Bone earrings?? <br>Decorate a frame with bones? <br>Bone handles on your silverware?? <br>;-D
that looks wicked, love how simple it is to get them to look so bone shaped, :)
Thanks Pixie. Wicked is good!!<br> Everyone gets different bones because of the differences in their hands too.
That is awesome! The paint really makes them look realistic!
Thanks Penelopy! The paint really does make all the difference!

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