If you want to mix up a batch for yourself, my tutorial is available in our Etsy shop as an instant download or you can purchase through our Artfire studio and we will e-mail it to you direct. My lesson is easy to follow and the clay color recipes for the turquoise color shown here is included using either Kato or Premo clay. Of course there is so much more to learn besides making the faux stone. I show you how to use it as a veneer to make beads, cabachons and to use it in other ways like in a pendant frame. The supplies required are easy to find in any hobby or craft store that sells jewelry supplies.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Faux Turquoise Scarf Necklace
We mixed up a batch of our faux turquoise this week. It is still one of our favorite techniques and is so versatile. You can do so much with it and as a veneer, it can be applied to a variety of things for a real turquoise stone effect. Here it is used as one of our scarf necklaces.
This turquoise looks so real, the only thing that gives it away is how light it is compared to real stone, but is also a great advantage as you can create large chunky jewelry pieces without all that heavy weight.