Faux Ammolite Polymer Clay Pendant Tutorial

Polymer clay faux ammolite
Polymer clay faux ammolite

In this tutorial I'll show a cool technique using alcohol ink and metal leaf to achieve faux ammolite. It's a fun, stunning technique that can be used to create many faux stones.

If you don’t want to create a faux stone, just change up the colors. The result will still be gorgeous. You don’t even have to crackle the clay with a heat gun. You could run the metal leaf and clay through a pasta machine and then apply the inks to create a more subtle crackle if you wanted.

You will need the following supplies:

  • Black polymer clay
  • Silver leaf
  • Piñata alcohol ink (Chili pepper, Calabaza orange, sunbright orange, lime green, sapphire blue)
  • Black and translucent Sculpey liquid clay
  • Arrowhead Cutters
  • Heat gun
  • A tissue blade
  • A pasta machine
  • An acrylic roller
  • An oven
  • A craft knife
  • Plain printing paper
  • Sponge or sandpaper texture
  • Brush
  • Magic gloss
  • Pin drill
  • Ready made rubber cord

Faux Ammolite Polymer Clay Pendant Tutorial

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