How to make an embellished/clay-covered locket
Also posted here: http://beadladyangeli.blogspot.com/2009/03/diy-wednesday-cupcake-locket.htmlWhat you need:
Strong polymer clay (I recommend Premo)
Texture sheets or rubber stamps
E6000 glueBefore you begin:
1. Condition the clay
2. Clean the locket. Wipe off any dirt and oils that may have been transferred from your hands.
*TIP: Work with the locket open. Every once in a while, check the hinges to ensure they remain clay-free.Instructions
Step 1. Make a clay ball.
Step 8. Add other embellishments (like the 2D cupcake from the previous attack: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=291611.0
Step 9. Bake according to clay manufacturer's instructions. Read more.
Step 10. Repeat all steps for the reverse side if you wish.
TIP: Over time, the clay will get detached from the locket. So if you want your polymer clay lockets to last, follow these extra instructions:After baking
Step 1. Peel off the clay from the locket.
Step 2. Apply a thin layer of E6000 glue to the clay.
Step 3. Attach the clay back onto the locket.
Step 4. Let glue dry for 24 hours or more.
And you're done!
I would like to thank thenoodlebowl for posting a attack on her site some time ago. It is the take-off point of this attack. http://www.thenoodlebowl.com/jongleur/howto_juri.html