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Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Bold Spring Flowers Pendants

Bright, bold, colorful spring flowers - layered for dimension - make this pendant a great option to wear with your spring and summer clothes.   These are colored with alcohol inks so they have a bit of a "watercolor" feel, you could substitute acrylic paints for a more opaque effect. 


Makin’s Clay® - White 120g 
  • Clay Tools
  • Clay Roller 
  • Clay Cutters - Round 
  • Push Mold - Floral 
Makin’s Professional® Cutting Mat 
Alcohol inks - Assorted colors
Rubbing alcohol 
Fine paintbrushes 
Plastic wrap
JudiKins Diamond Glaze™ 
Satin cording


These instructions are for 2 pendants.  Adust your measurements accordingly to make 1, or more than 2 pendants. 

Roll 3/4 of 120g package of white Makin’s Clay® with clay roller to about 1/4”. 

Use remaining white clay and Makin’s® Floral push mold to create assorted flowers and leaves. 


Arrange flowers and leaves so that they are touching one another closely, and some are overlapping slightly, to cover entire surface of rolled clay.

Place plastic wrap over flowers.  Use 40mm cutter to cut two circles.  Tip:  Using plastic wrap  beneath the cutter creates rounded edges on the cut shapes. 

To color the pendants, use fine paintbrushes and assorted shades of alcohol inks.   Add a small amount of rubbing alcohol to a dish, and then, working one color at a time, add 1 drop of each color of alcohol ink to the alcohol to dilute and reduce the intensity of the color, and carefully paint each flower and leave. 

Use pointed clay tool to make hole in top of pendant for cording. 

Let dry 24 hours. 

Apply a coat of JudiKins Diamond Glaze™ to seal inks and add a glossy finish.  
Add satin cording.  

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