Yesterday I showed you how to create a fun Ombre Chevron Necklace.
Today is all about the matching earrings.
You can do this! Easy peasy.
Start with polymer clay in four different shades. Here I used blue, green and white to create different shades of turquoise.
Roll each colour into a small rope of clay.
Layer the four rolls together.
Cut a 1/4″ section of the rolls off on a diagonal. Repeat this and place the two 1/4″ sections together. Do this for each earring.
Using a small rolling pin, roll the colours flat and cut into an arrow shape. Pierce a hole into the top and bake according to the package directions. Finally attach a couple of hooks using pliers and jump rings.
I think I need to buy some polymer clay … you’ve made so many fun things!
I’ve had a few attempts at polymer clay but never found a design I liked. I like this though, I think I’ll try! Thanks!
These are great Heather!!
I really enjoy reading your blog and seeing all the great jewellery you’ve made! Your creations are quick and easy to make, but I wonder how you find the time come up with these AND THEN blog so thoroughly about them with your busy schedule – I envy you! I’m going to try a few of your ideas with my kids on their next school break!