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Always wanted to walk around with frogs hanging from your ears?
The first thing I ever created from polymer clay (about a year ago) are these frog - that's what they're supposed to be - earrings. I needed something green for a theme party and a frog was the first thing that came into my mind. (sorry I don't have pictures of the making process)

Posted by MsFashionification from Nederland, Colorado, United States • Published See MsFashionification's 4 projects »
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  • Step 1

    You start with making three balls (1 big, 2 small) of green clay. Then you make two even smaller balls from white clay, and 2 black dots.

  • Step 2

    With something like a pen or the blunt side of a wooden skewer, you push into the small green balls, so that you can fit the white balls in.

  • Step 3

    After that, you push with a pen or the sharp side of the skewer two clefts in the white balls, so that you can fit the black dots in there.

  • Step 4

    Carefully press the eyes onto the big green ball (make sure not to squeeze them!)

  • Step 5

    Then, with the sharp utenstil, you "draw" a mouth under the eyes.

  • Step 6

    Just above the eyes, push in the bar with a loop (for the earring hooks).

  • Step 7

    WARNING, this step is cruel and not suitable for all ages :P
    Bake the frogs - aaaaw :( - about 20 minutes, 110 C

  • Step 8

    Attach the earring hooks and varnish the frogs with clay varnish.

  • Step 9

    Wear them with a smile as big as the froggys :D

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