10 More Metal Clay Jewelry Projects

Discover 10 beautiful projects that incorporate metal clay into their design and learn useful techniques along the way for your jewelry-making journey!
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You’ll love this if:

  • You enjoy working with metal clay
  • You want to take your jewelry-making techniques a step further by adding metal clay into your projects
  • You want to learn everything that has to do with metal clay - such as texture, surface design and fabrication possibilities

Explore 10 projects and features selected from the pages of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist in this compilation that’ll have you working hands-on with metal clay. Metal clay came to the jewelry making industry a little over 20 years ago, and since then it has become ideal for jewelry artists seeking to use elastic qualities of a material that sinters into precious metal. With colorful photos and in-depth instruction, you’ll be able to create versatile jewelry pieces while expanding your experience with metal clay!

Download 10 More Metal Clay Jewelry Projects today to:

  • Use your kiln to create unique jewelry pieces, such as the rustic Mixed Metal Clay Shadow Box Pendant by Arlene Mornick and Tammy Honaman’s shimmering Champagne Cocktail Ring
  • Refine your soldering techniques with Arlene Mornick’s Silver Clay and Wire Ring
  • Learn unique texturing techniques by creating the Metal Clay Yurt Ring by Lynn
  • Add movement to your design by creating bails for your pendants, and perfect your bezel setting skills
  • Discover so much more!
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