Take 30 minutes today to:

Make a poly clay necklace

creative challenge polymer-clay-necklace

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My 30 Day Creative Challenge is designed to boost your creativity, get your hands moving and make your brain happy! I challenge you to set aside just 30 minutes (or less!) per day, every day in November to make something, to form creativity as one of your daily habits.

For more info about the Challenge, why you should join in and how to do it, check out the main 30 Day Creative Challenge post.


Remember, you can join in with todays prompt, or work on your own project, it can be whatever you like! Just remember to post a photo and tag it with #makers30days on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook! Have a look at what everyone else has going on, like and comment on pics to encourage the community =)


CREATIVE CHALLENGE – DAY SEVEN

POLY NECKLACE

Working with polymer clay is really easy and fun, and if you mess it up, just roll it into a ball and start again! You can pick up various brands of polymer clay from art stores and dollar shops, mix colours together or mix them with glitter to make your own unique beads.

You will need

✚ Polymer Clay (one or two colours)

✚ Necklace Chain

✚ Knife

✚ Toothpick

What to do

Step one ⋙ Warm the poly clay in your hands then knead and roll until it’s malleable

Step two ⋙ Cut off small pieces and roll into balls, or cut into geometric shapes

Step three ⋙ Poke holes through the beads (large enough for the ends of the chain to fit through)

Step four ⋙ Bake the clay in the oven as per the instructions on the packet

Step five ⋙ Thread the beads onto the chain

geometric clay necklace project canberra

geometric clay necklace project canberra

geometric clay necklace project canberra

geometric clay necklace project canberra

geometric clay necklace project canberra

geometric clay necklace project canberra

geometric clay necklace project canberra

geometric clay necklace project canberra

geometric clay necklace project canberra


✖︎ JOIN THE FUN ✖︎

Make sure you post a pic of you making stuff everyday online and tag it with #makers30days on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook… like and comment on somebody else’s pic once or more a day to help grow the community spirit of this challenge and encourage one another to get all the way to day 30!