Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Polymer Clay Barrettes

 I'm going to visit my niece and nephew next week, so of course I have to bring a present for each of them.  My nephew will get his fun Super Kid T-Shirt and I made some cute back to school barrettes for my niece from Polymer Clay.

I made these pretty little blossom clusters with one of my  newest clay molds from Wholeport (see below).


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I found these glossy roses already made in my stash, just waiting for a project to belong to.
          


Something for spring and for fall~


It's hard to find something that will secure the clay to metal so I went for the strongest glue I had in my stash....Crazy Glue!  I get very nervous when using this glue, anxious of the day that I stick my fingers together, but so far so good, all my fingers are still working and the clay is still stuck onto the bobbypins.


The ones above were also made with my latest and greatest mold from Wholeport.
Do you like to play with polymer clay?  I find it a nice craft fix when I need something to do that won't take much time or make a huge mess.

This project was featured here:
Sugar Bee Crafts

*This post is sponsored by Wholeport.com however I have received no compensation other than the product shown and all opinions are my own.

3 comments:

Donna Wilkes said...

I haven't ever worked with polymer clay. I love those molds. I really should not have seen these cute barrettes. You know how I am about collecting craft supplies!

LuAnn Braley said...

I love polymer clay, but my daughter is a real artist with the stuff. She makes little animal figures, using mostly her hands for tools; and she's 10. Maybe when I grow up I can be so good. *lol*

Mandy Beyeler said...

Thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday over at Sugar Bee Crafts - you were featured today!
--Mandy, SugarBeeCrafts.com

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