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Liquid Scupey Ocean Memory Pendant

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Preserve little memories in this pendant when you drop in found miniature seashells and sand. The little metal inclusions complete the look.

Design by Amy Koranek    
Grouped product items
Product ImageProduct Name
Liquid Sculpey® Clear 2 oz
Clay Softener & Thinner 1 oz
Sculpey Tools™ Oven-Safe Molds: Jewelry
Sculpey Bake Shop® Modeling Tools 4 pc
Thick cotton wash cloth - dampened with water

Additional Resources

Designer’s Note - For molds like the Silicone Jewelry Mold or Cabochon Mold, where pieces are made in open shapes, I find a Cold Cure method works really well. Preheat the oven to 275 degrees F. If using more than one color of liquid, make sure the liquids are comparable in thickness and thin with Sculpey® Liquid Clay Softener as needed. Always stir the liquids completely, especially when mixing softener or tints into them. Fill the mold as desired and gently tap the mold on a flat smooth surface to release air bubbles. Place the filled silicone mold on top of a wet cloth and bake for 20 minutes. Baking at this low temperature and on a wet cloth will bake the pieces slowly which keeps air bubbles from forming. Once the piece is set, it can be baked again at the higher temperature of 300 degrees if necessary without bubbles forming.Designer’s Note - Please note that for Clear Liquid Sculpey® (LS) to go completely clear it must be heated to a temperature of 325 degrees F. This can be achieved either in the oven that you usually bake your clay projects in or you can accomplish this very carefully with a heat gun. Extreme care should be exercised with either method so that you do not burn your project.
Make sure both the Bronze Liquid Sculpey® (LS) and the Peacock Pearl LS are similar in consistency. If one is thicker than the other you can thin it with a few drops of Sculpey® Liquid Clay Softener. Stir the softener in completely with one of the purple clay tools. Clean tools with paper towel. Fill the large pendant shape with Peacock Pearl around the top and Bronze around the bottom. Line the baking pan with a damp wash cloth and set the mold on top. Tuck the excess cloth around the mold if possible. This is what I refer to as a Cold Cure. Refer to the Designer’s Note above. Bake the mold at 275 for 20 minutes to set the shape.
When the mold is completely cool, leaving the baked piece in the mold, spread a thin layer of Clear LS to fill in the window area. My “O” shape was slightly shallow so I also back filled with more Peacock Pearl and with more Bronze. Bake again to set the liquid.
When the mold is completely cool, gently flex it to release the “O” shape. You can see that at this point my Clear center is still a little foggy and that’s okay.
Next, place a teaspoon of sand into the bottom of a paper baking liner. The liner I’m using here is a miniature cupcake liner. Place a few drops at a time of Clear LS into the sand.
Stir the mixture completely with a Purple Tool. Add drops of Clear LS as necessary to make a little slurry of sand that you can scoop up with a tool.
Lay the sand mixture into the bottom of the O shape, allowing it to flow out as desired.
Add a little shell and some metal inclusions to the sand mix. Make sure pieces are imbedded enough to stay in but don’t bury them too much. Add a little star and moon to the sky using Clear LS to hold them in place.Bake the piece at 325 degrees F for 15 minutes to set all the elements and to clear the LS. If you would rather clear the Clear LS with a heat gun, you may do so but bake the piece at 275 first to set the liquid so that it doesn’t move around while using the heat gun.When the piece is completely cool, add the jump ring and chain.