Shipwrecked Treasures – Polymer Clay Pendants

Sandee Harris
Saturday 29 August – Evening

Ancient treasures from a shipwreck treasure trove!

Polymer clay is transformed into ancient raku treasures with mixed media – chalk, metallic mica powders and acrylic paint.  

You will make at least 2 pendants during the class.  Includes cord for necklace and a demonstration of the sliding knot to enable you to make the necklace shorter as required.  

Can also be made into earrings, cabochons or elements for your art if pendants aren’t your thing!

Class will include instructions on everything you need to know about polymer clay – from conditioning the clay through to how to bake and finish!

Kit Fee: $10


  • Kato Polymer Clay
  • Beads and cord to make pendant into a necklace.
  • Use of mica powders, chalks and acrylic paint.
  • Polymer compatible spray lacquer 
  • All tools/blades/pasta machine etc for use on the day

 Pre-requisite Skills 

None! – suitable for absolute beginners through to those that just want to learn a new technique!  Everything is supplied.

 Students to Bring

Apron (we get a little messy)

Disposable latex/non latex gloves if you don’t like paint on your fingers (fingers are Sandee’s favourite tools) or you have sensitive skin.

Your own polymer tools and pasta machine if you have them and would feel more comfortable using your own.