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Flexible Jewelry with Premo by TheAnna Flexible Jewelry with Premo by TheAnna
If you would like to share this on tumblr please ask me first, thank you.

New tutorial! I've been wanting to do this for a while but kept putting it off. I chose to do Colette's thingers for this because I'm replaying that game right now and I find them aesthetically pleasing. I basically used the same technique on… .

Additional tips!~
1. Proper X-Acto handling skills are very important to the appearance of your final product. If you're not experienced with craft knives practice cutting pictures and letters out of magazines without cutting the page below. It can be done!
2. This is easier if you do everything on parchment paper, they were out when I went to the store so I had to make do.
3. Translucent Premo isn't as flexible as normal Premo. Personally I would stick to using just white and painting it.

Oh yeah, fun story from while I was doing this. The electricity went out after I finished the steps on the left side. So there I am, it's 2AM, pitch black apartment, unbaked clay on the coffee table in a room with 2 hyper cats. That is how the Universe tells you to go to bed and stop working on cosplay crap.

I'll think of more stuff to say later. Don't be afraid to ask me questions!
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Zelda49 Oct 10, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
So, if you bake the clay and let it cool, it will be flexible?
TheAnna Oct 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yep, you can see me bending it in the second to last picture.
What kind of gold paint did you use?
TheAnna Jul 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Modern Masters metallic collection in ME701 Rich Gold. I got it from the paint store my Mom works at but they have a physical location locator on their site… .
I'll make sure to show you my finished product! Using it for Morgiana from Magi's dancer outfit, her jewelry pieces. Thanks soo much for posting this! I was very stuck on how to go about making tight forming jewelry.
TheAnna Jul 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome thank you!~ Also you're welcome, I'm happy people are using Premo more now, it's pretty great stuff.
nikita666 Jun 24, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Maybe my english is bad.. but in the end it's isn't flexible any more, right? Just in the "still beeing hot"-phase, right?
TheAnna Jun 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
It's still flexible after cooling. The Heat setting phase is mainly to ensure that it will take the shape that you want it to be in when you put it on. Does that make sense?
meanlilkitty Jun 3, 2013  Professional General Artist
[link] When you say premo, is this the kind of clay you're talking about?
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