Seahorse Pendant – Use your Scrap Clay Challenge – Day 2

Hello dear friends!

This is Day 2 of the Use your Scrap Clay Challenge. For today, I have prepared a shorter tutorial but with great potential, in my opinion.
So prepare some scrap clay, silver foil, stamps, ink pads and alcohol inks and let’s get going!

Materials and tools

  • Scrap clay
  • An acrylic roller or a pasta machine
  • Silver gilding foil
  • A seahorse stamp
  • StazOn black ink
  • Pinata alcohol inks (red Chili Pepper, Sunbright yellow and Sapphire blue)
  • Diamond glaze
  • A paintbrush
  • Cernit varnish
  • Montee beads
  • A needle tool
  • A craft knife
  • An oven and an oven thermometer

I hope you’ll like my tutorial and most of all, I hope you’ll be inspired to make good use of your scrap clay.

Happy claying!


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    1. Thank you very much, my dear Carolyn! I’m so happy that you liked the seahorse. It means so much for me! Thank you my dear friend for your wonderful comment! Have a beautiful and blessed day! xoxoxo

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