How to Make a Polymer Clay Jewelry

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Introduction: How to Make a Polymer Clay Jewelry

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Lovemaking your own jewellery? Then this is the perfect DIY for you.

It's always such great fun when we made something with polymer clay!
This is a fun and easy process to create a Handmade jewellery set.

I think this clay necklace is perfect for any DIY fashion project. In this project, I will share how to make this Polymer Clay jewellery.

This Jewellery making technique is so simple and quick that you can easily make it on your own, and the result is amazing and eye-catching.

Here, I Draw a Ganesha, also known as Ganapati and Vinayaka, is one of the best-known and most worshipped deities in the Hindu pantheon.

He is one of the most important gods in Hindu mythology and he is also worshipped in Jainism and Buddhism. Ganesha is highly recognisable with his elephant head and the human body, representing the soul and the physical respectively.

Supplies

1.Fevicryl Mouldit (Mouldit has a resin base and hardener that needs to be mixed well before use)

2.Acrylic paint

3.Thread and Plastic Beads

4.Colourful Thread

5. Jump rings, Ear Wires, Eye Pin, Head Pin

6.Gear Wire

7.Tools and Scissor

8.Paint Brushes.

Step 1: Prepare the Mouldit Clay

You can found 2 packets inside it one is hardener and other is the resin. Take equal quantities of Mouldit resin and hardener. Mix both by rolling between the palms, use some talcum powder so it cants stick on your palm. Fold it into half and roll it again. Repeat the process, till it uniformly mixes and becomes completely white. It will take 20-30 minutes to dry. For a glossy / smooth finish, run a wet finger over the created object before it dries.

Step 2: Give It a Shape

I have used a glue bottle to flatten the clay, you can also use a rolling pin too. You can do this several times and make this as thick or as thin as you would like to be. Then I have used a steel ruler to make a square shape, you can also use a cookie cutter too...

Step 3: Base Colour

After making the desired shape of your clay pendant , now its time to add a base colour...

Here I am using Camel Artist Acrylic Colours.

Step 4: Draw Your Design

Now I draw a Ganesha Design with a White Glass Marking Pencil.

Step 5: Paint Your Design

I have used Camel Artist Acrylic Colours to paint my Design.

Colours I have used :

1.Chrome Yellow

2.Yellow Ochre

3.Lemon Yellow

4.Crimson Red

5.Vermillion Red

6.Brunt Siena

7.Titanium White

8.Back

Step 6: Decorator the Pendent

Now,I have decorated the pendant with some beads and eye pins.

You can easily purchase those beads from a craft shop or online stores..

Step 7: Adding a Cotton Thread

I have added some cotton beads and a cotton thread with the help of gear wire.

Step 8: Making the Earrings

Bus using the same process I have made the earrings too...

Step 9: Finally

Finally, Our Handmade Jewelry is ready. This is so simple that anyone can make it at their home...

I really hope that you will like this project.

Thank You So Much

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    2 Comments

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    1 year ago

    Thanks for sharing your jewelry! I've never heard of this clay before but it sounds fun to use :)

    You should consider entering the Jewelry Challenge :)

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    artisanpallet
    artisanpallet

    Reply 1 year ago

    thank you so much...