Learn how to make your own faux arrowhead with faux bone components for this prehistoric necklace relic. Parker’s Clayful Tutorials Club Members are taking a journey through time this month with our Prehistoric Theme. Don’t miss these other prehistoric tutorials.
Here’s a quick, easy, and fun tutorial to go along with our Prehistoric Theme for the month. Are you ready to make your own faux arrowhead necklace with this tutorial? Here we go!
- Premo! Polymer Clay
- Polymer Clay Blade
- Tiny Eye Screws
- Your Fingers!
- Inkadinkado Chalk Palette
- Waxed Cotton Cord
- Baby Wipes
- Polymer Clay Oven
Polymer Clay Faux Arrowhead Necklace Tutorial
- Prepare and condition dark grey polymer clay.
- Shape polymer clay into a teardrop.
- Smoosh teardrop onto your work surface.
- Use pinky fingers on either side of the wide end to indent slightly.
- Take the wide end and pinch flat on the edges.
- Repeat the same pinching process on the sides of the arrowhead.
- Gently remind the shape with your fingers while on the work surface.
- Use you blade to cut “chunks” out of the arrowhead.
- Use fingers to smooth cut lines and indent further if needed.
- Rub your finger on top of black chalk.
- Make sure your finger tip is fully loaded with black chalk powder.
- Rub the chalks all over the ridges, sides, and edges of the arrow.
- This will give a nice dark and aged finish to your arrowhead.
- Bake your arrowhead at 275 degrees Fahrenheit for 45 minutes.
- String into your own creation as desired
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