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Saturday, March 4, 2017

Faux Ceramic with Friendly Plastic, Molds and Rubber Stamps


I am often drawn to ceramic beads and pendants, but for me the weight is just too much! I love discovering new ways to create something with a look-alike effect.



Using molds and rubber stamps is a fun way to incorporate texture, patterns and interest into your jewelry designs.  Combine that with some alcohol inks and you have the recipe for faux ceramic!
Fun and addicting.  I hope you enjoy and create lots.  Take pictures and share!

Until next time,
Linda



Materials List:

Friendly Plastic Pellets - approx 1 oz
Molds and Rubber Stamps in patterns of choice
Alcohol based inks in colors of choice
Basic jewelry findings:  earring wires, head pins, accent beads etc.
Basic Jewelry making tools:  wire cutters, round nose pliers etc.




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