I love to make jewelry components that are unique. These two pendants are bright and fresh and will look wonderful strung with beads.
I am using a clay transfer technique that I have already shared several times on this blog. This is our Jewelry Clay curing on a piece of Print n' Press transfer paper. The technique is outlined here. The images I selected are vintage fabric patterns.
One of the things I like to do is to colour the back side of the curing pendant with a powder such as this one from Pearl-Ex. This way, when my clay is cured, the back looks as good as the front. The colours cures in place and I usually seal it with either a decoupage medium or our Resin Spray.
When the clay is wet, it is also a good time to make a hole. When the clay cures it can then be warn instantly!
The last technique I will share is to rubber stamp onto the back if you like. You can see that the clay holds stamped images beautifully.
Labels: EnviroTex Jewelry Clay, Print n' Press, Resin Spray, Rubber Stamping Clay, Tips