For this project you will need polymer clay in:
(I used Premo Sculpey)
Premo Accents Silver (optional)
Various tools: (work mat, roller, detail tools)
Jewelry finding(s): for earrings, pendant, or keychain (will be attached before baking)
For baking: a baking pan dedicated for polymer clay (or a pan covered in foil).
(Do not use pans with food after baking with polymer clay).
So Let's get started with our Chuck's...
Step 1: Getting Started & Some Tips
These Chuck Taylor's are small (about an inch long), so you won't need very much clay. I conditioned a 1/2 ounce of white, black, raw sienna and only a 1/4 ounce of the silver (optional, for the eyelets, but you can use white if you don't have silver handy). You will have left over clay!
Make sure that you clean your hands and work surface between clay colors to avoid color contamination. Baby wipes or hand sanitizer work well to clean up between clay colors.
And don't forget to leave me a comment and post pictures of your Chuck Taylor All Star's!