Magiclay Jewellery

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Who knew Magiclay could get any more versatile? These NEW Candy Colours make Magiclay ideal for fresh, contemporary jewellery making.

Step-by-Step: Earrings with Tassels

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Step One

SChoose your dominant colour. Roll a ball about the size of a large stone. Add small amounts of contrasting colours for decoration and roll again to smooth our the surface.

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Step Two

FUse your fingers and the palms of your hands to create a cylindrical shape. Then, using an Eye Pin, pierce the length of the bead.

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Step Three

Use Pliers to attach Jewellery Findings such as Shepherd Hooks and Jump Rings to attach the Tassels.

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Note

Magiclay is easy to blend, allowing you to create artwork with a whole spectrum of colours! The chart above is only a starting point. Mixing Magiclay is a great way to teach colour theory.

 Exploration: Other Jewellery Ideas using Magiclay

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Magiclay Brooch

Imprint designs and patterns into Magiclay surface. Once dry, Magiclay can then  be stitched. Glue a Brooch Back on to the reverse side.

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Porcelain (Potato) Clay Earrings

Model simple shapes and poke holes with a needle prior to drying. Embellish with stitchery.