Modern Times Pen Doodle Pendant with Nikolina Otrzan

In this class, Nikolina Otrzan will show you how to doodle on polymer clay and make this lovely pendant! You don't think you have what it takes? Doodling is easy, anybody can do it! Just get yourself a proper pen, a bit of clay and be on your way to make some gorgeous doodle designs of your own!
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• Flat clean surface
• Pasta machine
• Stiff blade
• Lightbulb (any, mine is 2.5“)
• Round cutter aprox. the same size of your lightbulb and 2 smaller ones  (mine are just over 2.5“, 2 ¼“ and 2“)
• Round Kemper cutter for the window opening (mine is ¾“)
• Smallest round Kemper cutter and one which is 2 sizes up (optional)
• Sheet of coarse sanding paper
• Sheet of sanding paper for texturing
• Sheet of sanding paper 600 or 800 • Scalpel (optional)
• Thin black permanent pigment marker (0.1 – 0.3)
• Black permanent pigment marker with wide tip (optional)
• A charm
• Super glue gel
• Piercing tool/knitting needle
• Varnish and a brush (I'm using fimo gloss varnish)
• Cording of your choice (my pendant is on a cable cord)
• FIMO Classic or other strong clay
      -  ½ oz of white
      -  1.5 oz of black
• Liquid polymer clay
• Oven, thermometer and aluminum foil

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Nikolina Otrzan

Nikolina Otrzan

"Inspiration is all around us; in everything we see and experience, it's just a matter of how one perceives the world, and what things make us happy and fullfilled." -That's what you'll hear if you ask Nikolina Otr

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great class Review by SharonMarie
I enjoyed this class...made 2 pendants. wish I could load pics but I'm having trouble with that... (Posted on 2/5/15)
Great and fun Review by Tamara
This was a very nice tutorial...producing a terrific pendant. I used Fimo decorating gel to protect the doodling...gave my pendant a semi matte finish rather than terrifically shiny. Thank you Nikki (Posted on 7/29/13)

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