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Clay dangle earrings

07/02/2022

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"Discover how to make earrings "
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Matériels : 
Difficulty level:
  • Easy
  • Time to make (excluding drying time): 2 hours

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  • Cut out a piece of the non-firing clay and roll it out thinly with a rolling pin.
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  • Cut out geometric shapes using cookie cutters. Create the pieces in pairs. Rework them, trimming them down if necessary.
  • Make small holes using a bead or a stick. These will be used to assemble the pieces with small links.

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  • Leave to dry, preferably in a cold room as this will prevent the pieces from warping.
  • Paint the earrings using Ceramic paint. Start by painting the plain colours using a flat brush, then add your geometric designs: stripes, dots, shapes. Remember to respect the drying time between the coats.


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  • Laisser sécher dans une pièce froide de préférence, cela évitera que les morceaux gondolent
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  • Peindre les boucles d’oreilles avec de la peinture Ceramic. 
  • Commencer par des aplats de différentes couleurs à l’aide d’un pinceau plat, puis d’en un second temps dessiner des motifs géométriques : lignes, points, traits… Bien respecter les temps de séchage entre les  différentes couches
Joindre les morceaux des boucles d'oreilles
  • Assemble the different pieces using small metal links and pliers.
  • Glue the hook of the earrings on using strong glue.

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