Art Deco ear rings – polymer clay tutorial 033


I thought you might enjoy this one. They’re fairly easy to make, they got both shimmer and transparency, and they bring the classiness and French flair of the Art Deco style.
Materials needed:
– Translucent clay (preferably Premo)
– white, black and a tiny bit of the colors you choose (see video)
– 1 metallic mica powder (gold, silver or copper)
– 3 non-metallic mica powder colors (or chalk pastels, see video)
– 1 piece parchment paper
– 1 pencil
– Xacto, flexible blade, rigid blade, “small roller”
– masking tape, office tape
– scissors
– 4 jump rings, 2 earring base findings, pliers
Happy claying!
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Music: “Cute”, “Buddy”, “Little Idea”, “Ukulele” and “Sunny” by composer Benjamin Tissot ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License


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