Materials for necklace?

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Answer #1 | 02/01 2014 13:16
You could try using polymer clay. It is easy to work with and once it is baked, it is quite durable. You can use the colors you need so no painting would be required. It could also be painted if you would rather. There is more info on polymer clay here:
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Answer #2 | 03/01 2014 13:46
Consider creating color printed copies of the diamond suite card faces (only the values you want), reducing the images to postage stamp size, and transferring these images to polymer clay shapes to make necklace charms. Check toy stores and party stores for child-sized decks, and craft or hobby stores for dollhouse decks. Process steps include making color copies on an inkjet printer, transferring images onto very thin sheets of translucent clay, placing the thin image sheet on thicker clay, placing a hole for attachment wire, and baking the pieces. When completely cured, item will need to be sanded and polished before being hanging on the chain necklace. ADD'L...just a personal thought Using thin rounded and turned edge metal, glue a regular sized playing card to the metal. Take metal snips and cut the rectangle into four equal size pieces, decoupage over the face and seal the finished surface. Then insert a metal eyelet in the top right corner of each piece to create four card charms from each card selected, the face value always in the top left corner.
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