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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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Here are some details about my project:
Category Jewelry
Type Accessory
Style Casual, Funky, Mod
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Who is this project for? Girls

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What materials did you use? Bronze pendant, white epoxy clay, coloful laserprinted print for transfer.

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What are you most proud of? I did several photo transfer experiments on epoxy clay and all transfers turned out great! I expected there to be parts not transfered but ....everything went as planned.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? I used an HP color laserjet and 125 gram glossy photopaper and it worked like a charm. I'm gonna experiment with other types of paper too to see what works best.

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I love it! So cute!!! I just bought this class and I can't wait to get started after seeing your projects! Thanks for sharing. :)

07/25/2013 Flag

Thank you! I hope you enjoy the class as much as I did. Hope you will post some of your work too.

07/26/2013 Flag

WOW that is amazing. I've not done anything with clay before. I'm on here for knitting crafts but WoW that's a lot of detail you did great. I'm guessing that design is not in the class. But you have inspired me to at least go look at the class. Good luck in your endeavors

07/25/2013 Flag

Thank you. You should really try it to, but I must warn you, once you get started.....

07/26/2013 Flag

great image transfer!! Love all your projects

07/27/2013 Flag

This is adorable. Where does the print come from?

05/22/2014 Flag