Lucky Clover Necklace


Wear your luck around your neck! Kids, create this fun clover necklace to show your Irish spirit this St. Patrick's Day.

Materials

  • Polyform Sculpey Oven-Bake Clay: Emerald Green
  • Green satin cording, 24” length
  • Large jump ring
  • Clear crystal gem (optional)

Basic Supplies

scissors, ruler, toothpick, plastic knife

Tools

  • Heart cookie cutter, 1/2
  • Pliers
  • Clay-dedicated rolling pin
  • Parchment-lined baking sheet
  • Oven

Directions

  • Note
  • 1. Adults, help kids when baking clay in oven.
  • Lucky
  • 1. On clean work surface, remove clay from package. To condition, roll clay separately in hands until soft, bending and rolling until pliable. If clay cracks, keep conditioning.
  • 2. Roll Emerald Clay into 1/4”-thickness. Use heart cookie cutter to cut out four hearts (clover) or use plastic knife to cut four heart shapes from clay. For stem, use plastic knife to cut tiny triangle.
  • 3. Position four hearts and stem on parchment-lined baking sheet. Smooth edges. Flip clover over; smooth edges together. Use toothpick to poke hole on top of clover (for jump ring). Add details lines on clover. If desired, press crystal gem in center.
  • 4. Follow manufacturer’s instructions to bake clover in oven. Let cool completely.
  • 5. Use pliers to open jump ring. Insert jump ring through hole on clover; squeeze ring closed.
  • 6. Measure and cut 24” length of green cording. Insert cording through hole on jump ring; knot ends together.

by Phoebe Doehring for Polyform Products

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