Monday, March 3, 2014

Goldfish Bowl Pendant with Jewelry Clay

 My sweet goldfish bowl pendant should give you a few ideas today.
I have been using stamps that are almost a decade old and loving how they work with clay!  As you can see here, I made a small circle of clay and brushed silver powder across the surface.
 Then I simply stamped my fish bowl directly into the clay.
 I added a few crystals to make my fish look like he was breathing underwater.
 Making a hole in the pendant before the clay cures makes it instantly wearable.
In the end I attached a small bail and some ribbon.  I also added some extra colour with metallic wax and some glitter glue.  One coating of Resin Spray sealed everything.

This post was designed, photographed and written by me.

It appeared on Resin Crafts Blog.


Nicole B said...

This is sooo cute. I love how you colored the fish and water separately to make it more realistic. Do you do anything to the back to color it?

Carmi Cimicata said...

Hi Nicole, the back I coloured with metallic paste too.....I do like it to look finished and then I do a final spray sealer with Resin Spray.

NicoleB said...

thanks! I like the metallic paste, but it is really hard to find! i might have to go on an internet odyssey....

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