Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Jewelry Clay Transfer Project Results and Give-a-way!

My necklace features three Jewelry Clay pendants I made with Envirotex Jewelry Clay, Print 'n Press transfer sheets, Pearl Ex and some screw eyes.
 Yesterday's blog showed you how I set up my clay on transfer paper to make these.
 When my clay was cured I simply peeled it off the transfer paper.  The transfer was perfect!
My Pearl Ex cured in place along with the screw eye I added.

I also told you that I dry stamped a faux text rubber stamp into my clay as well.  The texture looks wonderful on the reverse side.
This post was designed, photographed and written by me.
It appeared on Resin Crafts Blog.

69 comments:

All Consuming said...

I absolutely love this, it looks like the best transfer examples I've seen or tried myself with clay, a complete solid image and easy too. And the back of the pendants look as good as the front!

Mary Moore said...

I would absolutely love to try out the paper! My head is already swimming with ideas!

Helen Tran said...

Those are some of the best transfers I've ever seen! Such a crisp image, love it!

Carole Lassak said...

Definitely going to have to try this technique. I love your blog and look forward to seeing you great creations.

Kristi Jaro said...

Ohhhh, would love to try this.

Mary Anne said...

I would love the chance to win and add this technique to my jewelry!

Bonnie Kreger at B-LEE KREATIONS said...

Carmi, that is beautiful. I hope that paper works with polymer clay and I would love to win all that stuff so I can try it. Thank you so much for sharing so much information. You are a peach.

Lisa Somerville said...

Love your results, your piece is just stunning! Thanks for the chance to win!

Julie Panusis said...

I love this idea and would be excited to try it.
Thank you so much for your blog. I always read it and learn a lot.
Julie

Leslie said...

Just ordered my first batch of envirotex jewelry clay. I'm excited to try out some transfer paper with it!

DonnaD said...

So beautiful. Would love to try this technique. I love your blog!!!!!

Carole said...

Oooh, I would love to try this. The pendants you made came out looking fabulous!

Kathy Lindemer said...

I would love to try this. I just tried using my melting pot and polymer clay today so I am in the mood for adventuring and trying new products.

TesoriTrovati said...

I would love the chance to play with this product! I love the results that you got. I did a transfer of a photo to polymer clay and although it did work out eventually there was a lot of cussing going on in my studio! This looks deceptively easy. Thanks for the chance, Miss Carmi! Enjoy the day. Erin

Beetique said...

Oh yes I want to win

Nicole B said...

What a cool project. I have just ordered some jewelry clay, and am very excited to play with it! The transfers would be fun to make first...hint hint, wink, wink!

Lynnola said...

Wonderful contrast with the print on the clay. Love it!

Anonymous said...

I have been trying that for the past 2 years! Where were you when I needed you? lol x

Saraccino said...

Oh, I would also like to try this. Thanks for the chance to win :)

KayzKreationz said...

I missed your post yesterday. I'll have to go back and check it out. Would these work with polymer clay or not? Would love a chance to win a set to try.

Naomi Rose Designs said...

That is lovely!
I'd like to try some of that!

JoyfulMuse said...

This works as a reversible pendant. I love "transformer" jewelry!

Emily Daniels said...

These look great! You have some awesome ideas! I can't wait to try some transfers with jewelry clay now if only ups would drive faster and get my clay to me!! Thanks for a chance to win :)

Amanda said...

Lovely work as always. Thanks for the opportunity to win and try something new.

Vic said...

Love your transfer necklace. I'd love to win the transfer paper.

Suzanne O'Mullan said...

Would love to win! Your designs are endless and creative and gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!

corkpop said...

These are really the best transfers I've seen! Would love to win these-thanks so much for the offer!

BethFondren said...

Once I got to the big "CLIFF HANGER" on last nights post, I was anxiously interested in the results, but the thing that made the " CLIFF HANGER" acceptional, was the bronze Pearl X, I was drawn to the color bcuz I have a bare escentuals eye color that matched exactly, so of course it will be dusted off soon! PRINT 'N' PRESS is new to me and I DEFINATLY see it in my future, and since I have NEVER won anything it would be an AWESOME way to get my hands on it! so PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE send some to WEST MONROE LOUISIANA???
Oh and nice outcome,worth the wait!

Sweet Willow Designs said...

I would love to try a new transfer technique.

Jewelry said...

Congrats. I've been eyeing them. Would love to have some of them.

ms_sunshyne said...

Very fun! Thanks for the giveaway!

Tammie Everly said...

That transfer paper looks amazing, what a great tool for making new project. Thanks for the opportunity to enter. :-D

FotoJennic said...

Wow those came out beautifully! I would love to win and give this a try myself. thank you!

JJ Meyer said...

Gorgeous outcome! I would love to try the transfer sheets! Looks like so much fun! Blessings!

Sue Norman said...

Another awesome project I want to try!

Viktoria said...

Funtastic stuff! I would like to win too :)

G~G said...

I just love following you! This piece was stunning!!!

LeopardQueen said...

Well, you said it on Monday... It didn't even take a few weeks, you've already convinced me to try a clay transfer!

West Pine Creations said...

What a cool product. Thanks for all of the inspiring ideas.

Carla Nee said...

LOVE!

Mitzie Crider said...

I really hope to win this. My soul needs it. Thank you.

Gretchen said...

I haven't tried jewelry clay yet but your results are so inspiring - would love to try this method!

Angi said...

I would so love to try this! Pretty please count me in for this amazing giveaway! Thanks!

Angi Mullis dj2isme@aol.com

Sara Henton said...

Came out awesome!! I would love to try this out.

Joan Cain said...

Great idea. Never thought of doing that. Thanks. Joan

Zan Caperton said...

Those transfers are crisp and clean. I would love to win!
Thanks!

Gerry of gersgems said...

Definitely have to get some of that transfer paper. Thanks

Croms' Cubby Hole said...

Looking into making my own moulds and after a few searches came across this blog. OMGoodness such beauty all in one place. I hope against all the odds that I am a lucky winner. Thanks for the inspiration. xx

Robin Christensen said...

I would love to win! I love your blog and all the awesome stuff you make - and appreciate the ideas!

Sabrina said...

What a gorgeous project!!

dreaminofbeads / SAS Jewelry Designs said...

I would love to win....know just what I would make.
Sonya

kimmysue said...

Your jewelry is lovely. If I won this, could I make jewelry this pretty?
Thank you for the chance to win, and the instructions!

rosewendy said...

What a lovely effect this transfer technique gives. I'd love a chance to try it out.

Sue Pompetti suepompetti@verizon.net said...

Amazing technique... beautiful.

Gill said...

I would love to win this and experiment with it. This project is beautiful.

Marita said...

This looks like a terrific product! I could add another texture to my mixed media Junque aRt projects! Thanks for the chance to win one. I love the stamped clay pieces you've done! Just beautiful!!

BeadsByCelleste said...

I just love all the projects you do with resin and the jewelry clay! I can't wait to get some for myself to play with and would love to try transfers out!!

jackie said...

I would love to try this paper. It sounds perfect for several projects I wasn't sure how to do.

Sharon B. said...

Great project; the pendants look fabulous! I'd sure love to try this paper.

Asia King (aka Joanna K) said...

Wow, the pendants look spectacular. Such a great technique with this paper, I would love to be able to try it! :)

Pamela Shipman said...

I would so love to try this. Your pendants are beautiful. Good luck to all of us.

ReneeC said...

Wow, Print 'n Press is so cool and looks really easy to use! Love the results! Thanks for another great tutorial!

zeuster333 said...

Wow, Carmi. Your jewelry clay pendants turned out so beautiful! And that was your first time trying? Just wow. That's all I can say. I'm anxious to start on resin projects, but I also want to experiment with something like this too. Thanks for sharing!

Chelester said...

I would so love to try this! So cool!

cghundley said...

Great creation.
Looks to be easy
to use and great
results.
Carla from Utah

Alison Boyd said...

So many possibilities! Would love to try this with some garden pictures.

lmassey said...

I would love to win this transfer book. It looks like a g

Carmi said...

Renee you won! Email me your address. I will try to mail tomorrow, but if I miss the message just know I am travelling for a week and will be back next Friday the 26th!
carmimail@aol.com

Carmi said...

Saraccino you won! Please email me your address. I am travelling for a week, so this might not get posted until July 26.
carmimail@aol.com