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I love the look of ceramic jewelry. But they can be heavy especially for bold earrings design. This is why I just love this faux ceramic polymer clay jewelry tutorial.  The designer is Hélène Jeanclaude, a French polymer clay artist who shares many beautiful polymer clay jewelry tutorials on her Youtube

She uses pan pastels to get that shaded look. I like how she uses a layer of varnish and scrapings from chalk pastel sticks to get those black flecks!  She also finishes with a layer of resin to give that final shiny glazed ceramic look. It doesn't have to be UV resin.  I prefer to use Brilliant Resin from Little Windows which is an excellent and safe resin to use  - use BG1516 for 15% off. 

Her tip on how to use two layers of polymer clay to sandwich and thus hide the stud pads is also a great tip. 



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Original Post by THE BEADING GEM 

1 comment:

  1. I'm always amazed at the versatility of polymer clay. It seems that its only limitation is your own imagination.
    I'd wear these earrings in a heartbeat. I must make a statement with my jewelry and these perfectly fit that requirement.
    I know I'll be trying out this tutorial when I head back to my studio this winter.

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