Left is a picture of the same pair of earrings. One shot from a top angle, the other shot straight on.
Each earring is made of five layers of shaped and baked polymer clay, eight goldtone seed beads, one 6 to 8 mm bead and a 4mm AB faceted bicone for the top trim.
|Making the earring 1.|
•Polymer clay: Pardo Translucent
•Micro Glitter: Green
•Fimo brand Pulver: Green
•Safety Mask: Pulver is powdered metal and
should not be breathed into the lungs.
•Kemper cutters: 5/8”, 1/2”, 7/16” & 3/8”.
Specialty tools: Large Peej Pick (or round tooth
pick with one end flattened and sanded to form
an edge) Small and large Peej Shapers, (or a
knitting needle) Peej Scraper (or razor or tissue
•Jewelry Findings: Two Ear wires; two small
'gold' jump rings; two 6mm
faceted 'gold' beads; two
|To finish the tree, add a loop at the top.|
beads; 16 gold lined seed
beads; 2 head pins (gold
•Two each of five baked and
cooled green clay disks sizes
5/8”, 1/2”, 7/16” & 3/8”.
•Tools: Clay and jewelry
tools, brushes and your favorite
•Optional: Pasta Machine
(PM in the instructions)
|add the Christmas tree to the earring.|
After completing all the parts and baking them the earring is assembled beginning with the largest bead and
the largest clay disk.
|Top View and assembling|
Get your free Christmas Earring tutorial here:
Created by Designer/Sculptor
Penni Jo Couch
as a gift to our family and friends.
You can find more free tutorials on this page. Free Tutorials. All are downloadable.
|Side view, finished earring.|
Side view of the earrings.