Hello! I am Victoria Papsheva and welcome to my channel! In this workshop I will show how to create a beautiful polymer clay necklace. I roll out a layer of polymer clay in black. I put a stencil from a set for silk-screen printing on top. Well I roll it with a rolling pin so that the stencil adheres to the plastic. Through the perforation on the stencil, I apply metallized powder to the plastic. I remove the stencil. A beautiful drawing appeared on clay. Using a large round mold from a clay layer with a pattern, I cut out a circle. In the center of the resulting part, I cut a hole in a small round mold. The result was such a puck. I’m sending her to bake. When the clay is baked and cooled, I coat the puck with a glossy varnish to fix the powder. I roll out a layer of polymer clay in black. I cut a hole with a small round mold. On the back of the washer I apply FIMO-Gel. I put the baked piece on the clay layer so that the hole on the washer matches the hole on the clay layer. With a knife, I cut off the excess plastic along the edge of the washer. I smooth out all the irregularities with a silicone brush. I send the item for re-baking. I roll out a layer of polymer clay of gold color. I put a texture sheet on top. I roll it with a rolling pin. An imprint appeared on the clay. With a small round mold I cut out a fragment of the drawing I like. I roll out a layer of polymer clay of gold color with a thickness of two and a half – three millimeters. I take a wooden skewer and press it into the plastic. I remove the skewer. A groove appeared on the clay. On the clay layer with a groove I impose a small round detail with an impression. I gently press it so that it sticks to the plastic. I cut out the detail with a small round mold. As a result, I got such a bead. I’m sending her to bake. I roll out another layer of polymer clay of gold color and with the help of a texture sheet I make an impression on it. With a small round mold I cut out two identical parts. I cut a hole through the hole in the center of these parts. Now I’m rolling a layer of polymer clay in black. I put a stencil on top and apply a metallized powder. With a small round mold I cut out two identical parts. The grommet in the center of these parts cut holes. These are the beads-washers I got as a result. Sending them to bake. When the clay is baked and cooled, I cover the black beads with glossy varnish. I put black acrylic paint on gold beads. I do it in such a way that the paint fills all the recesses of the picture. I wait for the paint to dry and remove its excess with a damp cloth, leaving the paint only in the recesses of the picture. After that, I cover the beads with glossy varnish. And when all the details are ready, I proceed to assemble the jewelry. I fold the waxed cord in black in half. I string a bead on it. I insert the cord into the hole of the washer on its front side. I loop through the ends of the waxed cord and tighten. I do this in such a way that the loop of the waxed cord is over the bead. Look what I did. I take another piece of waxed cord. The same length as the previous one. Fold it in half. I thread this cord into the loop of the first cord. I thread the ends of the second cord into his own loop like this. After that I tighten all the laces. I tie knots on the laces. Thus, on each side of the round part, I got two shoelaces. I string small beads of gold color on the laces. I am tying a knot. Then I take a black bead-washer. I pass one cord into the hole on the front side of the bead, the other from the wrong side. In the end, it should turn out like this. I am tying a knot. Stringing small beads. I’m tying a knot again. I am stringing a polymer bead-washer of gold color on the same principle that I was stringing black. Then again I am tying a knot. In the same way I collect the second side. I take a small piece of waxed cord and fold it in half. I insert the cord into the hole in the washer. I’m threading the ends of the cord into the resulting loop. I am tying a knot. I take another small segment of the cord. I fold one end of the cord tied to the washer in such a way as to make a loop. With the help of a knot, I fasten a piece of cord on it. Four times I wrap a piece of cord that lace that is tied to the puck and tie a knot. I put a drop of super-glue on the knot. Cut off the ends of the cord. As a result, I got such a loop. On one end of the string I string seven small gold-colored beads. I am tying a knot. I cut off the excess part of the cord. In the loop of the cord I insert a connecting ring with a feather-pendant. I cut off the extra part of the long shoelaces and fix the ends. I hang a carbine on the end switch, on the other a ring. That’s what I ended up with. Metallized powder glistens and shimmers incredibly beautifully. A glossy varnish further enhances this effect. The golden picture looks very advantageous on a black background. 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