Evening Firelight Polymer Clay Earring Tutorial

Evening Firelight polymer clay pendants
Evening Firelight polymer clay pendants

In this polymer clay earring tutorial I'll show a fun earring project using a mica shift and liquid clay. It's striking and can be done in any colors you want. I used colors and textures based on a fire poem I wrote a while back:

Evening Fire Light

Fingers of scarlet flame touch the night,
The stars dancing in the fire's light.

Burning crimson embers gleam and glow,
As an evening wind begins to blow.

Whipping up the forks of shimmering fire,
Tossing the crackling flames ever higher.

Sparks of gold soar against the ebony sky,
as the amber coals start to flicker and die.

Fading from blazing red to bone white,
As they give way to the blackened night.

You will need the following supplies:

  • Black liquid clay (Kato)
  • Cernit Metallic (Rust, gold champagne, copper)
  • Lucy Clay Metal Template 9
  • A texture stamp (Flames raised)
  • A tissue blade
  • A pasta machine
  • An oven
  • A craft knife
  • An acrylic roller
  • Sandpaper / Polishing Papers
  • Uv resin (Magic Gloss)
  • A piercing pin
  • A rubber sculpting tool
  • A pin drill
  • Copper jumprings, ear wires
  • Pliers

Evening Firelight Polymer Clay Earring Tutorial

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