Polymer Clay Tutorial - Faux Ceramic Pendant
Ceramic jewelry has an earthy appeal, but because ceramics require a kiln, many of us find it an impractical pursuit. Using the technique detailed below, however, you can transform ordinary polymer clay into attractive faux ceramics. This tutorial illustrates how to make faux ceramic pendants, but you can also apply it to brooches, flattened beads, smaller charms, or anything else you like. It is well suited for any project that can be cured flat-- particularly those with decoration on only one side-- but may be adapted to work with more dimensional objects, as well.
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