In this Skinner Blend
tutorial I’ll be showing you how to make my Colors of the Rainbow Pendant and necklace. It’s
a fun project that involves mainly Skinner Blends. It’s easy to make and a
great project for beginners to try.
I’ll also be showing
you how to give the backs a beautiful finish, how to add your own polymer clay
bail, and how to string the pendant on chain and ribbon entwined together to
create a simple, but elegant finish to the necklace.
This project if very
versatile. You can achieve different effects depending on what colors you use and how you put the Skinner Blends together. You could even replace the Skinner Blends with a
different polymer clay technique and create an entirely different pendant.
To complete this project you are going to need Skinner Blends and a Translucent Nautilus Cane. The links to the tutorials for these, as well as shape templates for the pendants, can be found in the box below the video.
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