Friday, April 8, 2011

Stamped Polymer Clay Necklace

I had to make six necklaces for a jewelry swap and this is what I came up with. I started with black polymer clay and rolled it out to about a 1/8 inch thickness. I used a cookie cutter to cut out heart shapes and a round straw stirrer to cut out holes on either side on the top of the heart. I stamped the hearts on the left side with a Posh Asian floral stamp and Stampin' Up white pigment ink. I then baked the hearts in my melting pot. After cooling I added self stick diamond jewels on the right side of the heart and self stick pearls to the branch on the image. I squirted on some Diamond Glaze and spread it around with my fingers over the entire front of the heart including the bling. The sides and back of the heart with brushed with clear nail polish. I used white tube beads, clear silverlined #6 seed beads, gray pearls and black chips to bead the necklace and finished it with a teapot and spoon toggle clasp.


  1. Very cool Kathy!! I saw your link at Club Posh. I am not brave enough for jewelry. :o) You did a lovely job with these pieces.

    Take care and STAY POSITIVE!

  2. Kathy, what a super job! It is beautiful...I need to get out an play with my clay!

  3. Your necklace is so beautiful, your heart charm is stunning.
    Took a quick peek at your last few posts, all your jewlery is beautiful.

  4. Beautiful necklace Kathy...thank you for the nice comment you left on my blog. 'Earth Art International' certainly has a corner on that type of them. I have several more I want to tackle when I get a bit more time - LOL! I'm sure you will enjoy your Mother's Day purchases from there!!!
    Paper Hugs,