DIY Polymer Glay Granite Jewelry. No need for mixing clays because Fimo has come out with a lots of Fimo Effects Polymer Clays - which include pearl, metallic, glitter, translucent and a range of stone effects like granite. *If you read my blog then you know that whatever touches polymer clay (cookie cutters, knives, rolling pins etc…) can never be used on or with food again.
Left Photo: DIY Faux Granite and Gold Polymer Clay Tube Bead Necklace Tutorial from The Lovely Drawer.
Right Photo: DIY Faux Granite Ring Tutorial from Fall for DIY.

DIY Polymer Glay Granite Jewelry. No need for mixing clays because Fimo has come out with a lots of Fimo Effects Polymer Clays - which include pearl, metallic, glitter, translucent and a range of stone effects like granite. *If you read my blog then you know that whatever touches polymer clay (cookie cutters, knives, rolling pins etc…) can never be used on or with food again.

DIY Polymer Clay Marbled Back Earrings Tutorial from Fall for DIY. I love using polymer clay and making it look like something it is not ie. ivory (white and translucent clay stacked to create hundreds of layers), turquoise, amber etc… TIP: Anything that touches polymer clay can never be used on or with food again.

DIY Polymer Clay Marbled Back Earrings Tutorial from Fall for DIY. I love using polymer clay and making it look like something it is not ie. ivory (white and translucent clay stacked to create hundreds of layers), turquoise, amber etc… TIP: Anything that touches polymer clay can never be used on or with food again.

DIY Labyrinth Talking Door Knockers Costume from She Wolf Studios. These were made out of polymer clay and attached to a bra with a harness to hold them up. I’m trying to keep all the puns out of my head right now. Go to the link to see how this was made and tips Brittney Benjamin can offer after making this spectacular conversation starting costume. First seen at Geek Crafts here.

DIY Labyrinth Talking Door Knockers Costume from She Wolf Studios. These were made out of polymer clay and attached to a bra with a harness to hold them up. I’m trying to keep all the puns out of my head right now. Go to the link to see how this was made and tips Brittney Benjamin can offer after making this spectacular conversation starting costume. First seen at Geek Crafts here.

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