The polymer clay projects and tutorials on this page will show you how to create beautiful necklaces, step by step, from start to finish.
We will cover graduated pendants, beads, lariats, links and more, as well as, different stringing materials.
There are lots of fun techniques in these projects, including crackles, faux stones and canes. I hope they inspire you to try new things and enjoy your claying that much more.
In this polymer clay tutorial
I’ll show you how turn gold polymer clay, a few alcohol inks and some mica shift shavings, into a beautiful
polymer clay necklace.
It’s a really fun project that can be made using lots of different colors and textures. Be sure to play around and see what else you can do with this addictive polymer clay necklace tutorial.
In this Jellyroll Mokume Gane and Faux Lava project tutorial, we'll be making some gorgeous drop pendants and turning them into a piece of polymer clay jewelry.
The matte Faux Lava Rock pendants contrast beautifully with the high gloss of the Jellyroll Mokume Gane to create an interesting design that catches the eye.
branches jewelry project follows on from my Mica Frills and Mica Smash
tutorials, two of my favorite mica clay
It's lots of fun to make, and results in a stunning statement piece to add to your polymer clay jewelry collection.
This Starry Night Polymer Clay Jewelry tutorial is a spin on Vincent Van
Gogh's Starry Night painting. This is one of my favorite of his works
and I thought that I would love to capture it in polymer clay.
I created pendants in a full collar design in order to do justice to the panorama of the Starry Night.
In this polymer clay fan necklace tutorial I'll be showing you how to make a beautiful necklace
using the faded summer alcohol ink crackle veneers we used for the cuff in the previous tutorial.
I’m going for a tribal theme to match the colors we’re using, but this crackle technique can be used in an endless range of necklace designs, so don’t be afraid to experiment.
In this polymer clay love letter pendants tutorial we'll combine a Skinner blend mica shift,
with a beautiful Pansy flower cane and some simple black ink stamping
to create these beautiful polymer clay pendants.
You could use the veneer to create a similar multi-piece necklace, or use it to make cabochons, a statement pendant, a bangle or even a collar necklace. The choice is yours.
In this polymer clay necklace tutorial we’ll make two different necklace designs using the
waterfall crackle sheets we made in a previous tutorial. One will be elegant
while the other will be more tribal.
There are so many ways you can use this crackle technique and I hope these two designs will give you some ideas for your own polymer clay jewelry.
In this polymer clay jewelry tutorial we will be making a simple, but really pretty, polymer
clay snowflake cane. I'll show you how to make it, reduce it to various
sizes and how to use it to make the stunning silent night beads that
this project is named after.
This polymer clay cane is really easy to make, but so effective. Please do give it a try. It's great fun and produces a beautiful and rewarding result.
Here is a beautiful winter themed polymer clay project using textures
and alcohol inks. In the tutorial I show you how to create your own
texture stamps, so that you’ll be able to make your own unique stamps
This project is easy and versatile. You can change it from being a winter themed project to any season you want just by changing the colors.
I use resin and liquid clay in this tutorial to add a level of depth to the piece that looks stunning. I highly recommend using them, but you can create beautiful pieces without them too.
In this tutorial I'll show you how to make a polymer clay lariat
necklace out of faux red tiger eye.
We will be making a resinned donut pendant, cone beads and our own end cap, all out of faux red tiger eye. All of these elements will come together around some suede to make a beautiful, sophisticated finished piece.
In this easy polymer clay necklace tutorial
we will be using silver link bezels filled with rose canes and pebeo paints.
You can fill the bezels with any polymer clay cane or paint that you want to, so this is a really simple, versatile project that you can play around with to create lots of different designs.
In this tutorial we will be making a Lily Pond polymer clay bead
necklace using the torn paper or watercolor technique and Gelatos. I'll
show you how to create different effects depending on which background
clay you use.
We will also be rolling some beautiful lentil beads from our watercolor veneers and molding them into various cabochon shapes.
I've also included a fairly detailed description of the drilling process in this video, so if that is something you struggle with, make sure you watch right to the end.
In this tutorial I'll be showing how to make a Faux Amethyst Geode Slice
which we will then use to make a full jewelry set, as well as a
keyring. This polymer clay project is much easier than it looks, and
best of all it requires no sanding, so it's sure to be a favorite!
You can switch up the colors used in this technique to create all sorts of different agate slices, so be sure to try out other combinations.
This project was inspired by lava lamps. After some
experimenting I’ve found a way to get the look of a lava lamp and keep it easy
enough for beginners to try all at the same time.
In this polymer clay necklace tutorial I’ll show six different colors of lava lamp beads. I will also demonstrate a fantastic way to use up the leftovers and get a flame cane in the process.
Keep in mind that you can shape the project to your liking by changing colors, shapes and even including different techniques. Play around with different projects and have fun.
So after the Faux Ammolite Tutorial you all wanted to know
what I would do with the scraps that were left. Well, this is what I came up
with. It works with any
leftover scraps from veneers.
I also show what to do with leftover metal leaf fragments by applying them to clay and using a silkscreen to create an almost animal print effect.
This project is easy, forgiving and can be done with just about any scraps you have.
Over the coming months I'll be adding many more polymer clay projects to this page showing how to make beautiful necklaces. If you would like to stay up to date with new articles and tutorials as they are released, please join my Facebook Group.
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