Divide the Atomic Orange and the Yellow into half. Divide the White into four parts.
One of my favorite finds was this beaded necklace from Jen Loves Kev.
There are so many other options I found, including more necklaces, bracelets and earrings. Click through the jump to see more! Mini Envelope 1 of 13 The steps are simple to create this necklace - just cut, fold and bake. Get the how-to at Stellaire Rolled Bangles 2 of 13 It helps to use a metal bangle Sculpey projects a guide after you roll the clay and attach the two ends.
Bib Necklace 3 of 13 This necklace was made by adding painted and sealed beads to a strip of fabric. Small Triangles 4 of 13 Create an ombre effect by mixing turquoise clay with white, then turn into fashionable chain earrings.
Colorful Geometric 5 of 13 Layering geometric clay shapes turns a plain necklace into a statement piece. Simple Statement 6 of 13 It's easy to combine two colors of clay and roll them into one large bead.
Find the step-by-step at Delighted Momma Braided Bracelets 7 of 13 If you can remember how to braid then you can make these bracelets with single colors of clay.
Learn how to do it at Instructables Bright Beads 8 of 13 It might take awhile to roll all of these beads, but the color combination and finish effect are stunning. Get the how-to at Delighted Momma Chain Links 9 of 13 Kids can help make this necklace, which is made by rolling the clay into snakes, attaching into links and baking.
Layered Pendant 10 of 13 Simply cut out triangles and glue in layers to make an interesting pendant. Chevron Pattern 11 of 13 You can transfer an image onto clay with the help of this tutorial.
Unique Shape 12 of 13 The technique used for this bead was slicing off into sections until the proper shape was achieved. See how it was done at Dismount Creative Neon Tips 13 of 13 It's easy to make these earrings out of clay triangles - just paint the ends with neon paint to decorate.I sort of like paisley.
There is a great paisley scarf in my closet and one of my favourite craft stamps is a fabulous paisley. Here’s a fun paisley ornament by Sculpey and Amy Koranek. I haven’t tried painting an . Some of our readers' favorites include Christmas Crafts, Free Knitting Patterns, Customer Support · Decorating Ideas · Kid Friendly · Home Decor.
Personally, I think that Sculpey is way too soft to work with straight out of the package. Fortunately there is a simple trick to firm the clay up making it better suited for holding details. Translucent Liquid Sculpey (TLS) is liquid polymer clay, and it opens a whole new arena for artists and crafters alike!
It is a bakable transfer medium for the new millennium! When artist's oil paints are mixed with it, it can be an enamel, a glaze, or a backfilling compound.
Looking for free polymer clay projects? Whether you are looking for a few craft ideas for your kids or you are just young at heart, the possibilities for polymer clay projects are limited to your own imagination.
Need help with some ideas? A basic Clay Project for beginners. his is a beginner's lesson for making a simple Polymer Clay ornament.
This could be a Christmas ornament or an ornament for any holiday, depending on what cookie cutter you use!