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Tiny Pendant from Precious Metal Clay

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Created in this Craftsy class

Torch-Fired Precious Metal Clay taught by Jenny Vestal

Create one-of-a-kind jewelry thatís uniquely you! Use stunning precious metal clay to make affordable silver pendants, earrings, buttons and more!

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Category Jewelry
Type Pendant, Accessory
Style Casual
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Who is this project for? Other

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What materials did you use? PMC3, micro torch, metal stamp

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Take the advice of Jenny, the class instructor. Use the mistake (or mishap) as a design opportunity. Experiment and practice what you've learned.

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Nice save. Would not have guessed it was salvaged at all let alone from the before picture!

09/17/2013 Flag

Thank you. When it got the bubble while heating it, I had a moment of panic then decided it was a great learning opportunity and went with it.

09/29/2013 Flag

:) cool! and now you can even do more by adding color if you want to! :)

09/21/2013 Flag

It's adorable. Remember, "there are no such things as mistakes, only new design directions" ; ). Not a bad life motto, either, when it comes to that. I'm so glad you were able to make your piece into something you will love....that is important too, when mastering a new skill. Can you tell us how you added the flowers? They have a nice deep relief. Good work!

09/21/2013 Flag

I stamped it with a metal stamp. I figured what harm could it do? It was already not what I had originally envisioned. If it didn't work out I was going to melt it into a ball and use it on something else.

09/29/2013 Flag

What did you use to create the small flowers?

01/20/2014 Flag

I made the flowers by stamping it with a metal stamp once it had cooled.

01/24/2014 Flag