Here is a simple way to do a beautiful orange slice pendant.
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Step 1: Orange Slice Clay Pendant
- Polymer clay
- Scalpel and/or blade
- Pasta machine (optional)
Prepare two flat parts of orange and yellow clay.
Cut one orange trapezoid and one yellow triangle. Put them together.
Mix them with your favorite method (I use pasta machine) to do the skinnier blend.
Roll it to do a little cylinder, with the yellow in the center.
Cut it in half.
Put a little slice of white in the center.
Repeat 6 and 7 steps three more times.
Put the white around.
And then the orange.
Shrink the cane.
Cut away the tails to leave a neat cane.
Use the pieces of the cane you cut in the previous step to do the base of the pendant. Cut it in the shape you prefer.
Cut thin slices of orange cane and put them on the base, with little leaves here and there. Cook it in the oven as indicated on the clay instructions.
And the pendant is done!