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Sculpey clays make this classic technique is very easy to master. Once you get the hang of it you can find ways to incorporate the look of terrazzo into home decor, jewelry, and garden designs..

Your friends will all be begging you to make them one of these cute heart charm bracelets you made using Sculpey Eraser Clay!

 

NOTE: you can use either a clay conditioning machine (pasta machine) or a Sculpey Acrylic Roller for this project

This mystical woodland warlock was created to inspire you by 2020 Sculpey Design Squad member Anthony Ace of Clay. His fantastic horror, fantasy and video-game themed work can be seen at https://www.aceofclay.com/

Try your paint pouring skills in a different way – by using alcohol inks mixed with Liquid Sculpey to create this cool charm bracelet.

Premo is a great clay to cane with and this clever bracelet, with a mid-century vibe,  is a fun way to explore extruding caned patterns.

Write your personal message in “stone” by designing your own gift tags in Greige Granite Liquid Sculpey. This clever tag is super easy and quick to make using the Sculpey Silicone molds.

 

 

Greige Granite Liquid Sculpey, variegated leaf, and the triangle cabochon come together to style a trio of simple perfection.

 

 

Greige Granite Liquid Sculpey is the perfect background for a faux stone heart – and so easy to create with the Sculpey Boho Chic mold.

 

 

This combination of Sculpey granite-on-granite creates a unique and trendy vase or candle holder that’s simple to make and easy to enjoy.

 

 

Greet visitors with a stylish frame enhanced with a Greige Granite background and Rose Gold Mandalas- all created with Sculpey Liquid clays.

 

 

Souffle is perfect for these faux leather look earrings that your gal crew will love when you surprise them on “Galentines” day with their very own pair!

Who doesn’t want a hand-painted beaded necklace? Sculpey Model Air clay teams up with acrylic paints to create a dramatic black-and-white beaded necklace.

Design by Linda Hollander

Tips

  • Condition clay to make it more pliable as needed by placing it in a zip lock type plastic bag and knead with hands.
  • Use water on fingertips to help smooth clay as needed. Use wet brushes to smooth tight spots.
  • Use a hard surface such as a large tile or piece of glass to roll out clay.
  • Sand dry clay lightly to smooth out major imperfections.

Liquid Sculpey Bakeable Medium is light weight and flexible making it the perfect complement to scrapbooking and card making crafts. Sculpey Silicone Molds make it easy to create molded elements for enhancing creativity.

This dramatic votive design is really easy to make. The secret is mixing the wonderful Souffle colors with Premo Accents 18k Gold to add sparkle to the colors.  Add cool center to the design and a few leaves and you have a wonderful new votive!

Three small layers of contrasting Sculpey Souffle clay colors create a unique pattern that is so striking in a ring setting! Like the way yours turned out – why not make a matching pendant?

 

NOTE: This ring uses the square ring finding available in the Sculpey Jewelry Kit

The Mandala and the Boho Chic molds make the perfect pairing with some Liquid Sculpey and Premo Sculpey to create your ultimate bohemian look pendant.

Sculpey Souffle clay makes this intricate looking striped pendant a breeze to make! This pendant will bring a bit of fun to your office attire-or your weekend jeans.

 

NOTE: This pendant uses the double pendant finding available in the Sculpey Jewelry Kit

I meant to do that! This cool ring is created with scrap Souffle colors from the other projects.  Don’t have scrap?  Make tiny snakes of the colors you want to use and begin the project.

 

NOTE: this project uses scrap clays from the other jewelry findings projects – small bits of Souffle Poppy Seed, Igloo, Raspberry and Pistachio (all listed below as well) and the Sculpey round ring finding from the Sculpey Jewelry Kit

Souffle clay scraps really come into play with this dramatic cuff bracelet.  Don’t have “pretty” scraps? You can actually make the terrazzo pieces from “good” clay and use the other scrap clays for the inside build of the bracelet.

 

NOTE: This project uses the Sculpey bracelet blank, available in the Sculpey Jewelry Kit

Check out this amazing T-Rex sculpture that talented artist and Sculpey Design Squad member Paul Pape created using Super Sculpey. You can also take a look at his other work at https://www.paulpapedesigns.com/

Wouldn’t it be fun to create these clever little Pluffy Llama pinatas at your next birthday party?  The completed pinatas can be baked while your guests enjoy ice cream and cake.

Premo Accents Glitter clays figure prominently in these dramatic earrings that are easy to make using long fringe and a custom ear wire that you can make!

Bake Shop clay is colorful and easy to shape making it a great choice for building your own solar system diagram for a school project or to just decorate your room!

Original Sculpey is the perfect clay to make classroom projects like these easy to make fossils. Just collect your favorite flora specimens and press them into the clay. Bake to make permanent collections. I used 1/2 of the 1 pound box to create three large fossils.

Premo Amber Translucent is the perfect color for many faux techniques including my take on Tortoiseshell. I’ve created a votive candle holder, but you can adapt to jewelry and other home decor projects.

Liquid Sculpey makes these cute bug window clings a colorful and friendly addition to any window or mirror!  You can adjust colors to your own imagination. Don’t have line art for the bugs? How about asking your kids to draw you some?

This colorful animal totem pole, created with Sculpey III will take about one hour plus baking time!  A great way to spend an afternoon or create a school project.

Sculpey Model Air makes a school project or rainy afternoon project super easy and fun to create a tabletop model of a volcano.

 

COMPLETION TIME: 2.5 hours not including drying time for clay or paint.  This volcano is quite large considering it needs to hold a plastic bottle inside to make it erupt. When scheduling your model’s completion, I would suggest making sure you have at least three days for it to dry completely.

Premo Sculpey Amber takes on the look of glass and stone when tinted with alcohol inks. Create a bracelet with these rustic beads – or how about a necklace and/or earrings?