When you work with polymer clay, whether experimenting, trying new techniques or just generally playing with it, you will necessarily end up with a lot of unfinished pieces. Some of these pieces aren’t really worth finishing but are often worth saving just to use as tests in other projects.
Sometimes, though, some really nice pieces get tossed into the junk pile. Or sometimes there are pieces that you hate when you make them, but like better later on.
In today’s video I pulled a piece that I really liked out of one my many boxes of polymer clay bits and pieces and showed you how I finished it, fashioning a necklace that I’m really happy with and love wearing.
Many of you have said that you like my tutorials where I walk you through the design choices and decision making that happens before I create a piece, so I hope you enjoy today’s video.
Tools and Materials:
- Beads and pendant of your choice
- One Step Looper
- 20 gauge craft wire
- Necklace chain
- Chain nose pliers
Enjoy the video and happy creating!
Watch the Seascape Necklace-Beaded Jewelry Tutorial video at YouTube.