This floral pendant is one I hand stamped my self into air curing Jewelry Clay.
To begin, I made a small batch of clay which I pressed into a circular shape. Since I would be stamping into the front and letting it cure overnight, I did not want to miss the opportunity to also decorate the back of my piece. So I let my clay cure on transfer paper.
The Transfer Paper: My clay is sitting on a piece of Print 'n Press t-shirt transfer paper. (I printed these images on an inkjet printer.)
When I was happy with the shape of my circle I brushed Pearl-Ex powder across the surface of the clay.
Then I stamped my image with brown Staz-On ink.
I made a hole so the pendant would be easy to dangle when it cured.
The next morning I peeled my pendant away from the Print 'n Press transfer paper. Now that back is just as pretty as the front!
You do need to seal the transfer. I used several coats of Mod Podge.
Now if the pendant flips over when I wear it the back side will be interesting too!
This post was designed, photographed and written by me.
It appeared on Resin Crafts Blog.