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Picture Perfect Clay Pendant

If you're seeking ideas for decorating picture frames on a smaller scale, check out this tutorial. Who doesn't love the look of a fabulous frame? Thanks to this Picture Perfect Clay Pendant from Candace Jedrowicz, you can wear a framed heart around your neck. Learn how to make clay jewelry easily from simple jewelry instructions. Anyone who thought that frames only belonged in home decor certainly never saw this jewelry craft. Wear your DIY pendant loud and proud. You'll love it.  

Picture Perfect Clay Pendant


  • Aleene's Original Tacky Glue
  • Focal bead - it could be anything at all
  • Black polymer clay
  • Pasta machine
  • Cookie cutters - 1 1/2" square and 3/4" square
  • Tissue blade
  • Needle tool
  • Knitting needle
  • Rubber stamp with lots of detail
  • Water spritzer
  • Metallic paste


  1. Roll your clay out on the widest setting on your pasta machine - about 1/8".
  2. Cut one large square. Double the thickness of the clay and cut one more large square.
  3. Spritz the rubber stamp with water and press it into the double thick square.
  4. Center the smaller cookie cutter in the stamped piece and cut.
  5. Place the open frame piece carefully on the background square and press gently in place. Trim edges, if needed with the tissue blade or smooth with the knitting needle.
  6. Use the needle tool to make a hole for hanging. Bake according to directions.
  7. Use a finger to rub metallic paste on the stamped side to accent the stamp detail.
  8. Glue the focal bead in place.



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