Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Jewelry Clay Rubber Stamped Pendants/Dangles

 I have been having a great time making the most unique and interesting pendants with our new Jewelry Clay!
 Today I am going to show you how I made a double sided dangle with one clay ball.  You can see here, that I have two different rubber stamps.
 I did something daring!  I pat/pressed my Jewelry Clay ball into place, right on the rubber stamp.
 Then I applied Staz-On black ink to my other rubber stamp and pressed it into the clay.  Now both sides were stamped and I knew I would be letting the clay cure in place overnight.
 I added a little silver screw eye at the same time.  This clay cured and made this a perfect attachment.
 The next day I peeled my clay pendant away from the rubber background stamp.  The impressions I wanted are now embossed permanently.

I added colour to my new dangle with acrylic paints.  Tomorrow I will show you what I did with the second ball of clay!
 
There are already well over 30 posts dedicated to our new Envirotex Jewelry Clay.  Learn more by clicking here.

6 comments:

  1. I especially like the back side of it and the gold color you used, it looks very elegant :)
    Maybe you should consider doing another blog tutorial dedicated to the beaded chains you make, you have unique designs, I like what you did with the ribbon (assuming that you made them, you barely mention these beauties)

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  2. I agree with Trish. I like your posts on making clay beads, dangles but I would really like to know how you made this beautiful bracelet- I too love the ribbon addition.

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    1. You probably do not know that I also work for one of the biggest bead wholesalers in North America....so I write and design jewelry projects all the time. Here is a little bit about this bracelet: http://blog.dazzle-it.com/?p=1125

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  3. Cool idea! Did you add any kind of release to the background stamp you used for the reverse side?

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