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mix, cut, reassemble
I slightly mixed different colors of polymer clay together in my pasta machine, cut it all apart, put it back together and smoothed it over with the back of a spoon. I made the crap out of these when I started doing clay, but they were just so much fun to see the pattern evolve as I went! I took my little hand drill and put holes through after I baked it (I could never get holes to go right for me while the clay was soft) and threaded it with cording.<BR><BR>The green one was one of my first so it's kinda wobbley... but I still wear it all the time :)

Posted by Candice C. from Wylie, Texas, United States • Published See Candice C.'s 49 projects »
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DIS.AR.RAY
DIS.AR.RAY · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 32 projects
I did this! I made a TON of pendulums for my friends. Happy Its SO fun.

I also did it for some crazy beads for Kandi.

Yours look great though! I love the idea of cutting and putting together and everything. And the boarder is awesome Happy
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Candice C.
Candice C. · Wylie, Texas, US · 49 projects
I started out dipping them in a clear varnish, but that can yellow after a while (even the can that said "non-yellowing" on it) but clear spray paint works pretty good.
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.xXbrokenVANITYXx. · Parma, Ohio, US
did you use resin to get the purple shiny like that?
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beadingjunkee
beadingjunkee · 12 projects
I love green! I've been wrkn with clay alot lately and I love all the new tools hey have for it now! great inspiration!
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northernstar
northernstar · Flateyri, Westfjords, IS · 35 projects
Wow these are amazing! The designs are so cool! well done Happy
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