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These are simple (hopefully) instructions on how to make a polymer clay dragon pendant. They are simple but do require some fine motor skills for some parts. Making this does require baking and sharp instruments so take care.
 
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These are simple (hopefully) instructions on how to make a polymer clay dragon pendants. They are simple but do require some fine motor skills for some parts. Making this does require baking and sharp instruments so take care.

 

 

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What did you make?

                I made polymer clay dragon pendants. I used Polymer clay (Sculpey), wire, tin foil, wire cutters, tissue blade, tooth picks, an oven. I had made these a while ago and found them in my room and I thought I would make them again. I have made these for my family and friends as presents and for myself the wear as well.

How did you make it?

                I got the idea for this by reading a book my mom had gotten me on how to make these. I had found the instructions difficult so I made my own way to make them. When I first made them I had my mom help me but this time I did it on my own. My ideas did not change much going through I just had new ideas for what designs to use.

Where did you make it?

                I made these at home. This project connects to other parts of my life because I do lots of crafts and art anyway. Both me and my mom do crafts for fun.

What did you learn?

                I did not learn much making these a second time. I learned more from making an instructable on how to make them. It made me realize how many steps there are in making such a small product. If I made these again I work try to find a way to make them stronger because I keep having the ears break off.

incindiary6 months ago
You put a lot of thought into making this instructable, & pix are good too. A lot of work went into your 'simple' instructions, which are very time-consuming to present as effectively as you have. Yours is very well done. Thank you so much!
zyck10 months ago
3 day weekend coming, will work on making at least one. Great instructions. One thing that worked for me in the past is make eyes, small details bake them. That way no distortions while pushing it into place. Thanks.
TN77711 months ago
I shall make one and I shall name it Smaug.
Ohhhhh, I want one! Well done and thanks for posting.
Lovely!
Very cool! You make it look so easy :D
sabu.dawdy1 year ago
awww cuteee
ChrysN1 year ago
They are so cute!