Ombre Chevron Necklace Tutorial

Thursday, November 8, 2012

 
You may have noticed that I have been having fun with polymer clay recently. 

So I decided to make this super momma *wink* a little something.
I love that this necklace combines three of my favorite things;
chevron, ombre and turquoise!

Whoop whoop!

You too, can make your own super momma necklace...

Start with some polymer clay.  Michaels often has clay on sale 3 for $5.  Here I mixed blue with a bit of green and a dash of white.  Combine colours until you get the three different shades that you like.

 
Flatten each colour into a chevron shape.  I used my fingers and a small rolling pin.  Cut the edges to be smooth and straight.

 
Use a piercing tool to create holes in each of the shapes.  Four in the first two and two in the last one.  Bake as directed on package of clay and fasten together using jump rings.

 
Way easier than it looks right?!  YOU can do it!

 
Be sure to stop by tomorrow for a tutorial on how to create matching earrings
using a different technique.

Thanks for reading.
xo Heather
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6 comments:

  1. That's so pretty ... I would never have suspected that it was made from clay!

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  2. Love this! Very good idea to use the clay.

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  3. Awesome necklace. I may make one : )

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  4. I love this so much! I have some polymer clay and I never know what to do with it - I'm doing this!!

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  5. Very cute, I didn't realize it was clay in the link party! Love the colors you chose. Stephanie

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  6. Love it and absolutely going to make one!

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