1. Silk Clay + Silks + Treasure Gold = Triangle Necklace
For this necklace I cut out three triangles out of a thin slice of Silk Clay (I rolled it using a bottle). Before I did that I stamped on it with Dylusions stamps Doodle Delight without ink - only to get the texture.
After drying I painted my triangles with three different colours of Silks and then applied Treasure Gold with my finger on top. Using jump rings I connected all three triangles and found the perfect chain for my necklace.
2. Silk Clay + Iced Enamels + Treasure Gold = Faux Shell Pendant
After rolling Silk Clay to about 2 mm I cut out an irregular shape using a knife. I let it dry for 6h and after that I painted it using two different colours of Treasure Gold with my finger.
Then I applied a thin layer of Iced Enamels Medium using a paint brush in the center of my pendant and sprinkled some Iced Enamels powders on it. Next thing was to melt it with heating tool and add a little bit more of Iced Enamels to make it more interesting.
3. Silk Clay + Stamping + Silks = Miniature Jewellery Tray
I rolled Silk Clay into a 3 mm slice and cut out a circle. I stamped on it using Archival Ink and a Dylusions stamp. Then I shaped it to make my little bowl using my fingers and a tiny bottle and cut the edge to make it smoother.
After drying I painted the outside of my bowl with Silks using two different colours. This little tray turned to be a perfect little pot for earings that I take off in the evening or all tiny beads and pendants.
Hope you enjoyed my quick step-by-steps. Try to experiment with Silk Clay and think about all of the possibilities it gives to you. You can use it in different colours - can you imagine how amazing Treasure Gold must look like on little pendants made with black Silk Clay? It also works really well with Molds, and the best thing is that when its dry its still quite soft and so light, so isn't cumbersome, (perfect for earrings) experiment and have fun!