Ring with Swarovski Crystal and Polymer Clay
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- Chaton, Swarovski crystal rhinestone, crystal clear, foil back, 1.5-1.6mm Xilion round, PP9
- Ring finding, imitation rhodium-plated ''pewter'' (zinc-based alloy), 20x7mm rounded rectangle, size 8
- Polymer clay
Chaton, Swarovski crystal rhinestone, blue zircon, foil back, 2-2.1mm Xirius round, PP14
Wearing vinyl gloves pinch and roll clay in fingers on an acrylic slate to desired thickness.
Adhere the clay in the open channel of the ring.
Use thumb in a horizontal motion to smooth and get desired thickness.
Attach Swarovski crystals onto the clay in the channel of the ring starting with the PP14 first on a diagonal angle (1 row of 3 towards right and left side and 2 rows of 4 in the middle).
After all PP14 crystal are on, place 1 row of four crystal clear PP9 chatons along the outside row of three PP14 and 5 PP9 crystals on the outside of the 2 rows in the middle.
Remove any excess clay around the grooves before baking in an oven at 275 degrees Fahrenheit (135 degrees Celsius) for 18 minutes *(approximately 15 minutes per 6mm).
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