By Kyriakos Pachadiroglou
Metallic frames, usually used for epoxy, can work nicely to form clay and make jewelry pieces. Mix Walnut ink for a soft, pale shade to create a marble effect ink to the clay. Then stamp with any design using StazOn ink pads that will quickly dry, won’t bleed and give a sharp outcome. StazOn will also allow you to use markers and won’t mix with them. Add some sparkle with SHIMMER Spritz and secure the result with a coating of GlazOn. Use the charm as a jewelry piece or to decorate your cards and crafts.
Time: 30 minutes plus drying time
Separate two pieces of clay and color the one with Walnut Ink. Mix together.
Lay flat the clay and place the frame. Remove the excess and let it dry.
Remove the clay from the frame and stamp with StazOn ink pad.
Add some color with a MEMENTO marker (or none, if you want to leave it just with the stamped image).
Spray with the SHIMMER Spritz Sparkle and let it dry.
Secure the result and add some shine with GlazOn.
Place On Point Glue to the inner sides of the metal frame. Let it sit for a few minutes and place the stamped clay. Add cord or chain according to your style.
MEMENTO Marker – Lulu Lavender
Jewelry Metal Frame
Air Dry Clay
Rubber Stamps of your Choice
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