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Make air dry clay candy jewelry that looks good enough to eat!

Step 1: See the Video Tutorial

Step 2: You'll Need

E-6000 Glue

Wax paper

Makin's Clay

Clay tools (rolling pin and pizza cutter)

Art Glitter

Micro Glass Beads

Jewelry findings

Needle nose pliers

Step 3:

Pick your colors. I used white and red to make pink.

Mix them together and roll it out with a rolling pin.

Cut 3/4" squares.

Do this with black and white clay, too.

Gently squeeze them together to create a candy

Step 4:

Create an eye pin and insert it into the candy.

Take a small bit of clay and roll it into a ball.

Flatten one side to create a gumdrop.

Insert an eye pin.

Step 5:

Let everything dry overnight.

Frost the tops of the gumdrops with E-6000 glue.

Sprinkle the micro glass beads on the glue and let dry for 1 hour.

Step 6:

Attach your candy to a chain bracelet.

Attach gumdrops to earring wires to create earrings.

You're done!

<p>I think I would love to eat my jewelry!</p>
<p>woooooooow</p>
<p>woooooooow</p>
<p>these are adorable Mark :)</p>
<p>Hi Holly! I'm glad you like them!</p>
<p>Cool love the bracelete </p>
<p>Hey, thanks so much Tracey! </p>
<p>These are so cute!</p>
<p>so beautiful </p>
<p>This looks great. Makes me want to go buy a big bag of candy and eat it all lol </p>
<p>That's how this bracelet happened :)</p>
so cute
<p>Thanks sassy!</p>
<p>Oh my, that candy reminds me of my grandma! Super cute! :)</p>
<p>I bought some of this candy not long ago and thought it was super cute. I photographed it and then ate the entire bag! Thanks doodle!</p>

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