Masai Mara Polymer Clay Pendant Tutorial

Masai Mara Polymer Clay Pendant
Masai Mara Polymer Clay Pendant

In this polymer clay pendant tutorial I'll show a beautiful paint crackle with a silkscreened tribal pattern on top of the veneer. I'll also use a crackle stamp and some paint to create another veneer and finally everything will be tied together with a beautiful twisted border and bail.

This project is fun, easy and the techniques can be applied to many other projects so don't be afraid to try out some new things. Have fun.

You will need the following supplies:

  • Black polymer clay
  • Martha Stewart pearl paint (holly berry, tiger lily, copper, yellow gold)
  • White paint
  • Helen Breil silkscreen Tangled Up
  • Crackle texture stamp
  • Bake and bond
  • Pasta machine
  • An oven
  • A tissue blade
  • A craft knife
  •  A rounded triangle cutter (largest in the set)
  • A bowl to curve the bail
  • A pin drill
  • Renaissance wax
  • Matte varnish
  • Black hemp
  • Glue
  • Readymade necklace
  • A rotary tool with a buffing wheel

Masai Mara Polymer Clay Pendant Tutorial

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