Wednesday, December 14, 2016

How to make an EASY Polymer Clay Doodle Gem Amber Snowflake Ornament

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These Shiny Gems are drawn with colored pencils and fine line permanent black ink pen on white Sculpey Polymer Clay disks.  It can be hung on a tree, tied on a package or presented on a long cord as a special pendant.

Materials Used:
Original Sculpey Clay
A non- Food use Rolling Pin
A non Food use Baking Sheet
Something to cut circles that is not going to be used for food.
Parchment paper or something to protect your surface

Colored Pencils: I Used Prismacolor I have not tried with  any other kind for this project--you can experiment!
I used Cadmium Orange Hue, Yellowish Orange, Canary Yellow, Raspberry, Tuscan Red and White
A Black Fine Line Pen with Permanent Ink. I used the Sakura Pigma Micron
White Gel ink pen. I used a Uniball Signo UM-153
Ribbon or cord for hanging or tying

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