Make Confetti Dangle Earrings with Polymer Clay
All levels | 20 min 3 sec
Make Confetti Dangle Earrings with Polymer Clay
Bring the party with you when you wear these vibrant, playfull earrings made by you. Jewelry designer Faheema Chaudhury of Unicorn Crafts walks you through every step of this satisfying process by first creating a slab with multiple colors, then vutting, baking, and assembling your earrings. Her love of color and fun is infections, and this project is fabulous fun whether you're a beginner or have worked with polymer clay for years.
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Sculpey Premo or Souffle in light blue for the base and six other colors for confetti - Faheema uses blue, yellow, red, orange, white, purple, and green
  • Clay extruder with multiple hole attachment
  • Tissue blade, gloves (optional),
  • Two earring studs with jump attachment
  • Two 6mm jump rings
  • Two pairs of pliers, clay cutter (arch shape)
  • Ceramic tile
  • Oven
  • Lquid clay
  • Wax paper
  • Pasta machine (optional)
  • Acrylic roller
  • Craft knife or clay needle tool to cut tiny pieces of clay
  • Dotting tool or toothpick
  • Dremel or hand drill with jewelry bit and wool tip
Learn how to:
  • Make squiggle confetti earrings
  • Condition polymer clay with a pasta machine
  • Use a clay extruder
  • Make a confetti slab
  • Cut out shapes
  • Polish and drill holes into baked clay
  • Assemble polymer clay jewelry with jump rings
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Courtney Cerruti
So cute and easy to follow. Love this fun and festive project.
1 day ago