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beads combined and finished

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Kiln-Fired Silver Metal Clay taught by Cindy Pankopf

Learn to shape, fire and finish silver metal clay into ornate, one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, including earrings, pendants and beads.

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Category Jewelry
Type Accessory
Style Eco-Friendly, Classic, Retro / Vintage, Mod, Traditional, Victorian / Steampunk, Romantic, Cute, Casual, Whimsical, Funky, Hipster
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Who is this project for? Unisex

AR Grover on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? silver art clay- tried to use snakes, failed- silver syringe, polymer clay for the mold, carving tools, evenheat kiln, clay tools, sanding, straw, vermastuff, clay pot, and tons of time

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What are you most proud of? as much as I tried to use the snakes they kept drying out or turning to moosh -so finding an alternative way to join the beads on the sides was really hard- makes you have a new respect for hollow beads that are made by others-

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? take your time and just because the first one or two or three do not work do not give up- kind of like all things in life- keep trying, keep practiceing, keep learning, keep making mistakes, and at some point you will find that you are capable of something- :) if anything at all- endurance! :)

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Very nice...

10/13/2012 Flag

I would not have thought this shape to be difficult, but glad YOU experimented and it now convinces me to try rounds or ovals for the first time! But great job!!

03/10/2013 Flag