319 Polymer clay tutorial – DIY skinner blend mokume gane jewelry set “Alien landscape”




I know, I didn’t do one of these in a while. Difficulty level – intermediate.
It’s a very interesting looking mokume gane using skinner blend jelly roll slices. In an even more interesting setting – I wanted to make it look like if you were inside a spaceship on an alien planet and were looking out at the surrounding landscape.
Texture – “Waves” from Makins set A

GFArt Tools cutter

Premo oval cutter

double coil jump rings

Pinch bails

Ear wires

skinner blend tutorial

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8 Comments

  1. Deborah Rice
    May 9, 2018
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    So cute!! And what a fun set! Thanks, Day!

  2. Tialisa Chapman
    May 10, 2018
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    <3 can we use something like cornstarch on the jar? to make it easier to take it off,i have a bad time with my clay cracking(i guess i'm just not patient enough with them) could you use the blue handled tool to make the dents for the bales? it looks like it might bee even enough for it?

  3. Carol Roberts
    May 10, 2018
    Reply

    I always like Mokume gane! That's a nice, simple way with the cutters to combine the shapes in the finished piece. Thanks Day!

  4. Cecile Charial
    May 10, 2018
    Reply

    Thank you Day! I love It!

  5. Ella Conner
    May 10, 2018
    Reply

    Very nice!

  6. Fran Edwards
    May 10, 2018
    Reply

    Love watching you create, and this is a fun set

  7. plethorabyzenta
    May 10, 2018
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    these are sooooo pritty

  8. Jules
    May 10, 2018
    Reply

    What a fun set and perfect for summertime too! Thanks for the tip about using the heat gun to help remove the baked clay from the jar and I would really like to learn how to remove air pockets after the clay has been baked 🙂

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