by Janine Gerade. (Holliston, MA) I went back to my original medium, polymer clay, to make all sorts of jewelry. I used stamps, texture tools and mica powders on the pendants. It makes my pieces truly unique and different from other clay artists. Coming up this weekend I am selling jewelry at comic-con (a sci-fi/comic book convention) and I hope … [Read more...] about Back to My Original Medium – Polymer Clay
Polymer Clay Jewelry
Gallery of handmade polymer clay jewelry creations.
by Patti Underwood. (Brooksville, Florida) I just love the Boho look. I work in polymer, beads, wire, charms. I made 3 squares and figured a way to attach them with cord. At my show last weekend, I sold this piece. Which has spurred me on to create two more. I love the colors of fall, but the next two are going to push me out of my color comfort zone. Also, at … [Read more...] about Boho Polymer Necklace
by Glenda Munguia. (Houston, TX) I have jewelry on consignment at a hair salon, and I wanted to make some pieces inspired on "what would I like to wear myself?" I like to wear pieces that are different and weird, so I pushed the envelope further and came up with these. To my surprise they were well received and sold quickly. It took several attempts to create … [Read more...] about Out of This World Pendants
by Terri Wlaschin. (Key West, FL) I am fond of statement pieces. Before I went pretty much full time into making my own poly clay beads, I was making funky wire wrapped bib style necklaces using an eclectic mix of beads, buttons (and even bronze age arrow head). Before that I was dabbling into bib style bead embroidered pieces incorporating my poly clay beads, … [Read more...] about Bibs Aren’t Just for Babies!
by Terri Wlaschin. (Key West, FL) It's funny how necklaces come together. Sometimes I have a vision in mind and it works rather well. Other times a slight adjustment is needed. But, honestly, most times I am creating as I go. The subject necklace is a perfect example of that. I had intended to create a bib style collar connecting various poly clay shapes. I was … [Read more...] about Rusty Garage Polymer Clay Necklace
by Jackie Locantore. (Bridgewater, MA. USA) I am addicted to the complex polymer canes made by Ikandiclay from Etsy. I have a box full, and I will probably acquire more! I made these earrings using Iris's canes and some of the new Premo Opal Clay, with a soft pink translucent for the backs. I just love the sparkle and color combos! Jackie … [Read more...] about Starflower Earrings, Shower of Flowers Earrings
by Esther Schmidt. (North Vancouver, BC, Canada) Using my extruder I made this heart with a vernier made out of extruded squares in yellow, turquoise and purple. I reduced it and loved the combo! I made a few more in different shapes, and they are all super! Hope you enjoy them! Esther Schmidt The Purple Cove … [Read more...] about Mini Pixel Hearts
by Susan Anderson. (Home Studio) The last few weeks I have been working in polymer clay to create some new necklace and earring sets. I was asked to donate a few pieces to a large fundraiser in Philadelphia. It has been a few months since working primarily in polymer clay, so it was a fun challenge. Here are a few of the pieces I created. It is … [Read more...] about The Joy of Sharing
by Terri Wlaschin. (Key West, Florida USA) I have the most fun making pieces free form like putting together a puzzle without a picture. My process is highly intuitive cause I have no drawing skills. This piece started as a slab of conditioned black poly clay to which I added texture. Then I painted it with metallic inks and cut shapes from it. Since I don't … [Read more...] about Metal Me Up Please
by Esther Schmidt. (North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) I love using my extruder. So I made these wonderful squares using the new Premo! color Silver with sparkles, and you can see them! Then I mixed other extruded "flowers". I used a brass washer for the pendant to give it a more urban look. If you look closely, the edges of the earrings are … [Read more...] about Polymer Clay Squares + Squares
by Terri Wlaschin. (Key West, Florida USA) I always enjoyed making statement necklaces using bead embroidery or wireworking techniques. This time I decided to try polymer clay. I am digging the idea of embedding pearls, crystals and gemstones in clay so I gave it a whirl here. Fringe adds a sassy, playful touch. Bring it on, Baby!!! Terri Wlaschin … [Read more...] about Going Green & Sassy
by Carolina Gonzalez. (Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain) This piece is my most recent custom commission for a dearest patron; a devotional necklace for Yemanya, Orisha of the Sea and Mother of all Orishas. As well as an artist, I am a Spiritual Worker, so I get this kind of commissions for devotional sculpted pieces regularly, as my customers know that they are … [Read more...] about Devotional Yemanya Necklace