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Sculpey Premo™ Woven Texture Necklace

Designed by Syndee Holt

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I love to transfer black and white laser copies to clay. Finding the right thing to transfer can be challenging. I discovered that I could use the texture patterns in my Photoshop software to create some interesting patterns. This pattern almost looks like it is stamped on the clay and not transferred!
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Sculpey Premo™  Woven Texture Necklace
Sculpey Premo™ Woven Texture Necklace

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Summary
    • Black and white LASER print of texture (not ink jet)
    • Rubbing alcohol
    • Cotton balls
    • Antique brass chain in length you wish for necklace. (Pictured: Bead Landing)
    • Antique brass jump rings
    • Pair of ear wires
    • Necklace closure. (Pictured: Idea-ology Trinket Pins for closing chains)

    Project Instructions

    Trim the transfer to the design, with just small selvage areas around it. Roll out a sheet of Wasabi clay that is large enough for your transfer. This transfer will yield more than you need for this project, so feel free to trim off either an inch of the width or 1-1/2 inches of the length – or use it for another great project!
    Place the transfer face down on the sheet of clay and wipe the ENTIRE paper surface of the transfer with a cotton ball dipped into the rubbing alcohol (NOT dripping wet). You want to get the entire paper damp as soon as possible as the paper will start to bubble and warp at areas where the damp paper meet the dry paper. Look for any bubbles and rub them out.
    Allow the alcohol evaporate and repeat step 2 again, dampening the entire surface of the paper. Once the alcohol has evaporated the second time, swipe the entire surface again with the alcohol and carefully peel up a corner of the paper and check to see how your transfer is coming along. If it is too light for your taste, just put the corner back down and repeat Step 2 again.
    Once the transfer looks good at the corner, make sure that the entire surface of the transfer is still damp and slowly peel the paper away. Don't worry if any of the paper sticks to the transfer, you can remove that once the paper is peeled away. This excess paper can be gently rubbed away with the alcohol soaked cotton, leaving you with a beautiful transfer!
    Cut out 5 circles of the transfer.
    Roll out the Black clay on #2 on the Clay Conditioning Machine and cut out 5 circles with the larger circle cutter. Position the transfer clay circles on the black circles.
    Cut 6 strips of the transfer that are about ½ inch longer than your assembled circles and about 5/8 inch wide. Place these strips on the sheet of Black clay and use the Super Slicer to trim the Black clay to 1/8 inch selvage around the strips. (TIP: leave a little more Black at the top of the rectangle for easy assemblage later.)
    Use a needle tool to place holes in the top of each of the Black layers. Use a needle tool to create a hole large enough for the jump rings to go through. Check the hole from the back of the clay also and make sure the that hole is clear and clean.
    Bake according to the clay package directions.
    Once the clay is baked and cooled, attach the pieces to the chain, using the jump rings. Reserve two of the rectangles for earrings.
    Attach the two remaining rectangles to the ear wires for the matching earrings.
    Trim the transfer to the design, with just small selvage areas around it. Roll out a sheet of Wasabi clay that is large enough for your transfer. This transfer will yield more than you need for this project, so feel free to trim off either an inch of the width or 1-1/2 inches of the length – or use it for another great project!
    Place the transfer face down on the sheet of clay and wipe the ENTIRE paper surface of the transfer with a cotton ball dipped into the rubbing alcohol (NOT dripping wet). You want to get the entire paper damp as soon as possible as the paper will start to bubble and warp at areas where the damp paper meet the dry paper. Look for any bubbles and rub them out.
    Allow the alcohol evaporate and repeat step 2 again, dampening the entire surface of the paper. Once the alcohol has evaporated the second time, swipe the entire surface again with the alcohol and carefully peel up a corner of the paper and check to see how your transfer is coming along. If it is too light for your taste, just put the corner back down and repeat Step 2 again.
    Once the transfer looks good at the corner, make sure that the entire surface of the transfer is still damp and slowly peel the paper away. Don't worry if any of the paper sticks to the transfer, you can remove that once the paper is peeled away. This excess paper can be gently rubbed away with the alcohol soaked cotton, leaving you with a beautiful transfer!
    Cut out 5 circles of the transfer.
    Roll out the Black clay on #2 on the Clay Conditioning Machine and cut out 5 circles with the larger circle cutter. Position the transfer clay circles on the black circles.
    Cut 6 strips of the transfer that are about ½ inch longer than your assembled circles and about 5/8 inch wide. Place these strips on the sheet of Black clay and use the Super Slicer to trim the Black clay to 1/8 inch selvage around the strips. (TIP: leave a little more Black at the top of the rectangle for easy assemblage later.)
    Use a needle tool to place holes in the top of each of the Black layers. Use a needle tool to create a hole large enough for the jump rings to go through. Check the hole from the back of the clay also and make sure the that hole is clear and clean.
    Bake according to the clay package directions.
    Once the clay is baked and cooled, attach the pieces to the chain, using the jump rings. Reserve two of the rectangles for earrings.
    Attach the two remaining rectangles to the ear wires for the matching earrings.