Original Price: $23.00

Special Rate: $12.65

Artisan Embellishment Pendant and Earrings with Anat Azulay

Learn an interesting technique for giving your work a truly artisan look! Anat will teach you how to make a pendant and earrings as well as donuts and pods – with gorgeous surface embellishments – that you can also use in your unique jewelry creations!

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Original Price: $23.00

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Class Materials Listing

• Ceramic tile
• Pasta machine
• Clay blade
• Acrylic rod
• Sculpture tools
• Texture sponge
• Round nose plier
• Flat nose plier
• Cutter
• Brushes
• Needle tool
• Needle file
• Texture sheet
• Rough sandpaper
• Lice comb
• Heat gun
• Baking paper
• Paper towels
• Wipes
• A4 paper
• Small jar
• Paint dish
• Latex gloves (optional)
• Skewer Embellishment

• Liquid clay and brush - Kato Clear
• White embossing powder
• Gilders Paste
• Pearl Ex Powder
• Acrylic paint
• Chalks
• Sealer
• Empty plastic containers with lid
• Tea spoon

For Pendant:
• Heavy 18 / 20 gauge wire (about 45cm)
• 24 / 26 gauge wire (about 100cm)
• 4 x 3 mm rondelle beads
• Leather cord
• Sterling Silver jump ring
• Sterling Silver clasp

For earring:
• Heavy18 / 20 gauge wire (about 44 cm)
• 24 / 26 gauge wire (about 200cm)
• 4 x 3 mm rondelle beads
• Glue

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Anat Azulay

Anat Azulay was introduced to polymer clay while researching a new material to use in her jewelry and art creations. She immediately embraced it, exploring the new and endless possibilities this medium has to offer. Influenced and inspired by her rich ethnic and cultural background, she creates unique jewelry and other decorative fashion accessories. All are handcrafted and made from materials such as metals, semi-precious stones, wood, plastics, fiber and polymer clay. Anat is always seeking new ideas, styles and trends.

As an artist, Anat utilizes hand tools to cut, saw and file the metal materials,...
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