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Angel pendant

Created in this Craftsy Course

Epoxy Clay Artistry taught by Debbi Simon

Add trendy techniques to your jewelry tool kit with a versatile new material: epoxy clay. Mixed-media artist Debbi Simon shows you how to use it to create jewelry looks from faded to flashy.

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Category Jewelry
Type Pendant, Accessory
Style Retro / Vintage, Cute, Romantic
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Who is this project for? Girls

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What materials did you use? Brass bezel, brass jump ring, crystal clay, printed picture, leather cord.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Patience is virtue :-D since the technique of the photo-transfer to epoxy clay takes 24 hours to be completed.

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This is really lovely! What did you use for the gold? Is this set in a bezel finding or did you make your own? Lisa

09/10/2012 Flag

I used a premade brass bezel since I don't have much time to make it on my own. Just a simple brass bezel.

09/11/2012 Flag

I just read your material list and see that the bezel is brass - but what did you use for the gold? It is really effective - looks like gold leaf - beautiful!

09/10/2012 Flag

Actually I used baroque art glitter paste - color "German Silver" which is far from silver lol!

09/11/2012 Flag

"German Silver"!!! It really looks like gold - thanks for letting me know - it's a beautiful piece of jewelry.

09/11/2012 Flag

Thank you very much for your kind words. I forgot to mention that I sealed the surface with quick dry clear nail varnish. Now that I have purchased the renainssance wax I will use this. Regarding the German Silver color it looks much more golden under yellow light. However in reallity it is not that sparkly.

09/12/2012 Flag