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Colorful Clay Jewelry

Colorful Clay Jewelry

Hello there!

In my previous post I showed you all the Christmas things in clay I had for sale at the Christmas market. However, I also had jewelry for sale and I thought it would be a great time to display them now. The jewelry I made consists of necklaces and earnings in different shapes, sizes and colors. The white necklace with roses differ from the rest because the design is painted on with acrylic paint. The other necklaces and one pair of the earrings are decorated with clay on clay, a technique that is called clay applique.





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I hope you all had a nice time in this post. I wish you all a good evening, night, morning, afternoon or day wherever you may be in this world.





Pastel Fimo Jewelry, part 2

Pastel Fimo Jewelry, part 2

Hello there!

I made this jewelry set a year ago and posted pictures of it. I also made a small tutorial for this jewelry set but it never got posted. So, i thought that is was about time that I upload this. The tutorial is focusing on how to make the clay bead but i also mention the supplies needed for the whole project.

Tools I used for this project:

  • dotting tool (it’s originally for nail art)
  • Wooden skewer
  • sewing needle or pin
  • small knife



  • Polymer clay
  • Wooden beads
  • Wet wipes
  • Jewelry thread
  • Jewelry lock
  • Jump rings
  • Earing jewelry pieces
  • FIMO Glossy Varnish




  1. Create the color you want for your project by mixing different colored clay together. You need two colors for this project, one for the base and one for the decoration.
  2. Use a pasta machine or a rolling pin to make the clay thin.
  3. Cover the wooden beads with clay. There will most likely become air bubbles in the clay. Try to get them out by making holes with a needle.
  4. When you covered the bead evenly with clay use wet wipes to remove dust and other particles from the surface.
  5. Roll the second color of clay into lengths with your hands.
  6. Depending on how big you want your decoration on the bead to be divide the roll in desirable size. Roll each piece into preferably equal balls.
  7. Put the balls on the bead in whatever way you like, I wanted to create a flower shapes throughout the bead.
  8. Use the needle or dotting tool to pull out the balls and create more depth to the design.
  9. When you are content with your creation clean it very carefully with wet wipes.
  10. Then bake them in the oven according to the instructions on the package.
  11. After they are baked and cooled put the beads on sticks, wooden skewers or something similar and paint with glossy varnish. Let this dry according to the instructions on the jar.
  12. When the varnish has dried you can start to assemble the whole jewelry.


I wish you alla a good day, afternoon, evening, night or morning wherever you may be on this planet.


Colorful Clay jewelry


Hello everyone!

Now autumn is more or less here, many of the leaves have change to really glowing colors while some have fallen to the ground. Lately, as I maybe have told u before, my craft has been focused around clay. I enjoy doing various projects with clay but recently I have mostly spent my time doing jewelry. Never before had I made a bracelet only consisting of clay and that was something I really wanted to try, and so I did. I just have to tell you that it was not as easy as I thought it would be to make a clay bangle bracelet. The hardest part according to me was to keep the shape I created when I continued working with it. I tried different ways to make this part easier but I think it’s inevitable that the original shape changes after working with it a while.

With the first bangle I chose to create the base of the bracelet and then bake it in the oven. After the visit in the oven I decorated the bangle with clay and baked it again. So, I will tell you what was good and bad with this way. The good thing was that it did not change its shaped when I worked with it (after being baked). I could hold it without being afraid of making any marks on the clay. I had cleaned the base from dust particles and such, that sticks to the unbaked clay, with wet wipes before baking it. That was a good thing because then the base did not attract more dust while working with the decoration part. The bad thing with this way, was that the clay (for decoration) did not stick as easily to the baked clay as to unbaked clay.

With the second bangle bracelet I did the opposite to what’s described above. So, in this case I did not bake the base of the bracelet before I started to decorate it and this was a little more of a challenge. The shape changed during the time I worked with it and I had to handle it with more care than the first one. I used the wet wipes continuously this time. The decorating part was both easier and harder with this one. The clay could stick a lot easier to the unbaked clay but the shape of both the base and the decoration kept changing as I covered all the bangle.

The photos are of both the bangles that i decribed  (purple, mint green) above and some others i made. I am also including a charm which counts as a clay jewelry as well. I did not use any glossy varnish for the jewelry this time.

I hope you all had a nice time and I wish you all a good afternoon, evening, night, morning or day wherever you may be on this earth.



Clay in various shapes and formats


Hello everybody!

It’s been a really long time since I posted something, so I thought that it’s about time that I do it now. I have recently been making some jewelry and a photo frame in clay.  I use Fimo polymer clay for most of my clay projects.

For this craft I used a ready jewelry base and different colors of Fimo clay. It took me quite a while to finish this one because of the small format and the details. I like to use glossy varnish to give the clay more life and depth.


The photo frame is made in the same way as my previous photo frame project. I used a store bought wooden frame and covered it with thin rolled out Fimo clay. Then I made the animals and scenery. This type of project usually takes me some days to make, if I don’t sit several hours in a row with it.



I hope you all have a good afternoon, evening, night, morning or day wherever you may be on this planet.



Mosaic here, there and everywhere


Hello everybody!
This weekend a long and quite testing project came to its end. For a long time, my mom wished to have a Moroccan mosaic garden table and now finally this year we decided to get one. But I also thought that I would give it a try myself. Therefore, the end of the summer I started with a mosaic table, my first ever mosaic project. At first I couldn’t decide what tiles and color combination that I would use. After a lot of research and inspiration on sites like Pinterest, an image of the table appeared in my mind. I bought small mosaic stones on sheets in various shades of green and blue. An old garden table, that was in need of a remodeling would become my guinea pig during this process. The table top is made of glass and that’s why I had to use a special multifunctional glue for outside use instead of the ordinary sealant. I also had to think about the weight of the mosaic of the tabletops material.
The first step I took with this table was to clean the surface so the glue could stick properly. I wanted to have a complex pattern and I wanted to decide the color combination of the mosaics. Therefore, I had to cut out all the stones from the sheets and then sort them in to piles according to color. I should say that only this process took a long time and if I would do it again I would not buy mosaic sheets only loose stones, at least when you are dealing with more detailed layouts.

The second step consisted of sketching the design on the glass surface. I had different round objects that I used as stencils to create circles. Before jumping into the gluing I place mosaic as outlines around every circle and then I started to glue them to the table. It was very sticky and detailed but it didn’t make it easier that I had to use gloves to protect my hands. I found that a big tweezer was very helpful when placing the mosaic in the glue. This step of the project was the most time consuming and took me maybe one week with late nights. It was important to me that all the circles were distinctive and of course some time also flew by when I tried to make this possible. I actually finished up with the gluing part some month ago but however there is a third step and you could say that it is the most crucial stage.

The third and last step was to use grout between all the spaces. I would think that it wouldn’t take that long time and that much effort but it was more work than one can expect. To fill in the spaces with grout approximately took an afternoon because you also need to polish of the grout from the mosaic stones witch can be a little tricky. Before you start putting on the grout put some masking tape to protect the table stands edges. But now two months later the table top seems to be finished maybe some extra details will be added later on but basically its done. The details that I mentioned was that I possibly want to change the color of the table stand from grey to black, but of that I’m not quite sure yet. I also decorated two folding chairs with the same mosaic, this time I kept the sheet on the back because the design is simpler than the table. The chairs are in desperate need of a new splash of paint and that is something I will do when the time is given.
I wrapped up the project this weekend and now today mom mothers real Moroccan table arrived. I compared the two tables but it’s quite hard to do so because they are to unlike for it to be a fair comparison. I like both of them but I dared to say that I adore mine a bit more.


If you see something fluffy in the pictures is my dog, he is always around when things are occuring.
List of supplies
Table (the table top does not have to be of glass)
Mosaic, tile in whatever shape or color you prefer
Mosaic tools such as Tile Nippers and Tile Cutters, then YOU WILL need PROTECTIVE GLASSES! if you want to shape or cut your tile.
Multifunctional glue that fits for your surface and purpose or sealant (depending on your surface)
Big tweezer
Plastic gloves
Pen (for marking your design)
Masking tape
Sponge (for cleaning the mosaic tile from grout)

Now when I’ve been talking about the bought table I thought that i might as well have to show you a picture of it.


I hope that this post was inspiring to see and read. Now I wish you all a good day, afternoon, evening or morning  wherever you may be on this earth.