EnviroTex Jewelry Clay

Feb 14, 2013

Jewelry Clay Charm

Oh good­ness do I have an awe­some and amaz­ing prod­uct to tell you about today. As you know I love Envi­ro­Tex Jew­elry Resin, well at CHA they released their new Envi­ro­Tex Jew­elry Clay. I got to play with it dur­ing a make n take/demo and this stuff is amaz­ing! I cre­ated the blinged out charm using this clay and hon­estly cre­at­ing can­not get much eas­ier. You can watch a short video on their web­site HERE.

Envi­ro­Tex Jew­elry Clay is easy to mix, shape, mold and add tex­ture. It will adhere to stones, crys­tals, glass, metal, wood etc. and when fully cured it has a smooth porce­lain like sur­face that can be painted, sanded and drilled. This prod­uct is AWESOME!

To cre­ate the charm shown above all you need are the fol­low­ing sup­plies: Round Bezel, Envi­ro­Tex Jew­elry Clay, Rhine­stone But­ton, Sil­ver MicroBeads, Bis­cotti Per­fect Pearls, Dis­pos­able Gloves.

  • Wear­ing a pair of dis­pos­able gloves mix a small amount of Envi­ro­Tex Jew­elry Clay as instructed by the manufacturer.
  • Press the Jew­elry Clay into the Bezel, using a paint­brush gen­er­ously apply Bis­cotti Per­fect Pearls on top of the Jew­elry Clay.
  • Pour some Sil­ver Microbeads onto a paper plate and gen­tly press the bezel, clay side down into the MicroBeads.
  • Next, press the rhine­stone but­ton into the cen­ter of the Jew­elry Clay and set aside to cure.

That’s it! In 24 hours you’ll have a charm fully cured and ready to hang on a neck­lace. Here is a Vine video I posted yes­ter­day, show­ing the prod­ucts used to cre­ate this charm. Envi­ro­Tex Jew­elry Clay Mini Video

Sweet­est of Valentine’s Day Hugs!

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  • TrishaLouise

    Great idea! Thank you for shar­ing Lisa :)

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