Making a CopprClay ammonite pendant

I love messing around with both positive and negative molds: sometimes the exact look you want to achieve can only be had by going through a few extra steps, and that’s what I did for this pendant. This week, I’m going to cover how to make the CopprClay pendant, and next week we’ll look at one possibility for stringing it into a finished necklace.

Materials & Tools:

CopprClay (Rio Grande)
Olive oil
Waxed paper or parchment paper
Objects to make molds
Polymer clay
Kiln, firing pan, and activated charcoal
Exacto knife, file, polish
Patina solution

Step by step instructions


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