How to Make a Bejeweled Polymer Clay Egg

How to Make a Bejeweled Polymer Clay Egg

Want to celebrate Easter in a super crafty way? Learn how to make a bejeweled polymer clay egg from Candace Jedrowicz using polymer clay. Jewelry may not be the most obvious choice for an Easter craft, but this is something you can wear all year long!

Use polymer clay to create an egg shape and use a needle to create a hole. Use the flat end of a skewer to create impressions. The more impressions you make, the more jewels you can add to your bead! To create the gold look, spray the bead with adhesive and roll it over some metal leaf. Use Aleene's Tacky Glue to affix the rhinestones to the bead. This stylish project is great for Easter but can be worn whenever.

 

 

For a step-by-step photo tutorial of this project, check out Sparkly Egg Pendant.

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