Jewellery made from Jewellery Clay

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Have your children make their own beads out of jewellery clay to make necklaces, bracelets and a lovely headband. Shape the jewellery clay using different techniques and bake the beads in the oven. After the beads have cooled, the children can start creating unique and colourful jewellery.

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1   Knead the jewellery clay for 4–5 minutes.
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2   Roll the clay into a long thin sausage shape.
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3   Place two 'sausages' on top of each other and twist together.
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4   Roll the 'sausages' until smooth.
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5   Divide into small pieces and make lollipop beads by twisting the different pieces into the shape of a snail shell.
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6   Make holes in the beads using the piercing tool.
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7   Choose different colours of jewellery clay and knead again for 4–5 minutes.
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8   Roll the clay into long thin sausage shapes in different colours and place them next to each other.
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9   Mix the 'sausages' together.
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10   Continue mixing to create a marbling effect.
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11   Twist the 'sausages' again to enhance the marbling effect.
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12   Double the 'sausage' and twist again.
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13   Divide into lots of small pieces and roll them into small beads.
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14   Make holes in the beads using the piercing tool.
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15   Knead a new piece of jewellery clay for 4–5 minutes.
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16   Roll the clay flat like a pancake. Use plastic or a similar surface underneath.
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17   Use the star cutters to make star-shaped beads.
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18   Make holes in the stars with the piercing tool.
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19   Knead two pieces of jewellery clay for 4–5 minutes. Roll the two pieces into a flat shape and place on top of each other.
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20   Use the cutters to make beads in the double clay layer.
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21   Make holes in the beads with the piercing tool.
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22   Knead a new piece of jewellery clay for 4–5 minutes. Roll the clay into small balls.
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23   Use the roller to flatten the balls.
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24   Continue until all balls are flat.
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25   Make holes in the beads with the piercing tool.
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26   Preheat the oven for 10 minutes. Bake the beads at 120 degrees for 18 minutes and then allow to cool.
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27   Cut a piece of tape and attach it to the headband.
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28   Remove the outer layer of the tape and decorate the headband with different beads.
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29   Seal everything with glue once you have finished decorating with beads.
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30   Thread a beading needle with elastic cord and make unique necklaces and bracelets with the many different beads. Finish with a knot and cut off the excess elastic cord.

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Have your children make their own beads out of jewellery clay to make necklaces, bracelets and a lovely headband. Shape the jewellery clay using different techniques and bake the beads in the oven. After the beads have cooled, the children can start creating unique and colourful jewellery.

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