This project began when I saw a similar ammonite piece on Pinterest. Although the photo showed step-by-step directions they didn’t make much sense to me, so I went ahead and developed my own way of doing it.
I was pleasantly surprised that it ended up being so easy and so very cool looking.
You could easily whip up several of these for yourself in half an hour or so. The only part that is time-consuming is wrapping the coils.
If you want to know how to paint it so that it looks like an old piece of metal be sure to check out my Swellegant paints and patinas video.
Tools and materials:
- Three-quarter inch ball of base color polymer clay
- Contrasting color polymer clay
- Extruder with 1 mm round disc
- Clay blade
- Perfect pearls
- Swellegant paints and patinas
- screw eyes for hanging as a pendant
Enjoy the video and happy creating!
Watch the Ammonite Pendants Polymer Clay Tutorial at YouTube.