by Kim Hermann. (Apache Junction AZ) I used air dry clay to make these southwestern design earrings. I hand sculpted the cactus to give my earrings depth. I hand painted the design to reflect our AZ sunsets. Kim Hermann Exclusively Yours - Designs by Kim Hermann … [Read more...] about Air Dry Clay Earrings – Sunset in Arizona
Polymer Clay Jewelry
Gallery of handmade polymer clay jewelry creations.
by Sherine Steele. (Visiting Colorado) My name is Sj Harrington. As many of you, I've made jewelry since a girl in high school, but stopped when the real world showed up. At this stage of life, I'm a disabled veteran suffering from conditions that prevent me from walking in my beloved shoes! But hey, now I don't have to WALK in them to wear them. I used … [Read more...] about A New Way To Wear My Favorite Shoes
by Patti Underwood. (Florida) This is a polymer clay bangle, just perfect for autumn. As polymer is very light weight, this is a pleasure to wear. The autumn colors would just about suit all fall outfits. It is created around a regular soda can, which fits most women. Two pairs of autumn earrings in polymer clay: And a fall necklace, also in … [Read more...] about Autumn Jewelry in Polymer Clay
by Tish Egerton. (Boonville Mo) This piece is all polymer clay (no paint) and it all started in my living room. A friend of mine said "I bet you could make the Mona Lisa out of this clay" and then it was a challenge:) Tish Egerton Optical Awakenings GreeneEarthMagic … [Read more...] about Mona Lisa 2.0 in Polymer Clay
by Christie Dunn. (Kentucky) I love making leather necklaces and like to keep them a bit simple in design so they do not look too busy. This necklace idea was derived from an experiment I did with Kato polyclay. If you have never worked with this type of clay, it can be a little intimidating. You have to knead it for a while to get it to soften. I softened the … [Read more...] about Sea Shell Minimalist Leather Necklace
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
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