|Glazed Poppy Pendant by Cindi McGee made with Makin's Clay®|
Glazed Poppy Pendant
Designed by Cindi McGee
I love the effect of tinted Diamond Glaze™ on Makin's Clay® - it reminds me of fired ceramics. Tinting is easy, there are a variety of coloring options, two of which I'm sharing today.
Makin’s Clay® - White
Makin’s® Clay Tools - Roller
Makin’s® Cutting Mat
Makins® Clay Cutter Set - Oval
Poppy rubber stamp - Stampin Up®
Clearsnap® ColorBox® Surfacez® Ink - Black
JudiKins™ Diamond Glaze™
Food coloring - red, blue
Ranger® Adirondak Alcohol Ink - Bottle Green
Jump ring, closure
Jewelry pliers, pin/needle to make hole
Roll white Makin’s Clay® using clay roller to about 1/8” thick.
Use largest oval clay cutter to cut oval. Let dry about 1 hour.
Ink poppy stamp with Surfacez® permanent black ink pad and stamp onto clay oval. Let dry.
Use pin to make hole at top of pendant for jump ring.
Use fine paintbrush to paint red glaze onto poppy petals.
Mix small amount of Diamond Glaze™ with one drop Bottle green alcohol ink.
Use fine paintbrush to paint stem, center of poppy, partial leaf and seed pod.
Mix small amount of Diamond Glaze™ with one drop blue food coloring.
Use fine paintbrush to paint blue glaze around poppy. Let dry.
Paint back of pendant with blue glaze. Let dry.
Add ribbon and add closure to ends of ribbon.