DIY Geometric Necklace Pendant

Monday, January 2, 2012

Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful time celebrating. I actually made it until midnight...I was pretty proud of myself :)
2012 is going to be amazing...I just know it! I want to kick off the new year with a fun DIY that I have been wearing recently.

What you will need:
  • 3 different colors of polymer clay
  • Some kind of roller (a large marker will also do the trick)
  • Razor blade
  • Cotton cord
  • Krazy glue
  • Toothpick or object to poke a hole in clay
Soften and condition the clay with your hands before starting. Use the roller to roll out a small flat piece. Do this with each color.

Carefully slice out 3 triangles. You are going to make the first one the largest and the two following smaller.

Poke a hole in the smallest of the 3 triangles. Place the triangles on a baking sheet and bake at 275 for 20 minutes.

Krazy glue the triangles on top of each other, staggering them a little bit.

Attach the necklace cord and have fun wearing! You can get creative and add more triangles and of course the color combinations are endless.


44 comments:

Jenny in Ohio said...

oh fun! I like it.

Michelle P said...

Cute!

Anna of IHOD said...

Okay I know I keep saying this, but this might be my favorite yet! Love the colors you used to!
Happy new year my friend! Looking forward to all the inspiration in 2012!

Simply LKJ said...

So pretty! I need to try working with clay!! Happy New Year!

Marina {Yummy Mummy) said...

You are so creative! And that looks totally professional and non-homemade! Love it!

Lindsay said...

You are amazing when it comes to polymer clay. I love this idea! And such fun colors! Thanks for sharing friend!

Lindsay said...

I am amazed with what you can do with this clay. This might be my favorite yet!

Sarah said...

Oh my gosh I love this and it's so easy to make!!!!!!

- Sarah
http://agirlintransit.blogspot.com

theolivetree said...

adorable! I could only make it to 11pm so we celebrated with the new yorkers and called it a night ;)

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Alexa said...

Beautiful...I love triangles...there's just something about the shape that is so pleasing!

Erin- Thanks I Made It said...

Lindsay, I love this! You're so crafty with clay. Happy new year!

Bravoe Runway said...

Hi Lindsay! Thank you for stopping by. This is a great DIY and what a cool necklace! Your instructions are clear and it looks like I can even replicate this! Thank you for sharing!

Lia said...

So easy and so cute :) I love your polymer clay DIYs as usual! I hope you're feeling awesome!
xoxo
Lia

Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said...

Oooh, love it! You are so creative with your jewelry.

Sam {fitnessfoodandfaith.blogspot.com} said...

super cute diy! happy 2012 :)

Sarah Roads said...

Showed this to my daughter and she flipped. We will be making them soon! Happy New Year Lindsay! xo

Megan, The Frugalista Diaries said...

Ok, this is amazing!

Tabitha Lynn said...

SO cute such a fun idea. You're so crafty. We should live closer so I can just give you money to make me things.

Meggan of Lila Grace said...

i LOVE this! Pinning now! xoxo

Kristen said...

love this! great idea!

{andthisiswhatshesaid} said...

New to your blog. I love it!!!!! I want to make this necklace! You left a comment on my blog that you have instagram.. whats your user name? mine is Rashamarie

Ashley {hudson's happenings} said...

Wowza!! Looks amazing and sounds SO easy...definitely going to try this!! :D

Erin said...

You are so creative! :) Love love love.

Chunny said...

This is colorful and lovely. I love the color combination, looks pleasing into the eyes.


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Summer-Raye said...

That looks so easy, but so cuuute.

Briana said...

So cute. Totally making this. After reading your polymer clay DIYs, I bought a ton of the stuff!

Keep it up! :)

Sydney said...

super lovely! thanks for sharing xxx


*thanks for your comment

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Anna Elder said...

THIS IS JUST ONE REASON I LOVE YOU. :) haha

Seriously, I need to get my ass in gear and just find the dang polymer clay already!! I loveeeee this!!

Paislea Elyse said...

this is seriously adorable! i love the colors you chose! it's perfect!

allister bee blog

Natalie said...

And yet ANOTHER reason why I need to get some clay!! Seriously, you're an endless source of awesome inspiration! I have to ask though, when you do find the time? When Max is in bed?? Another of my resolutions (I have a TON) is to actually do more of the projects that I'm lusting to complete!

Pearl Blay said...

Simple but ever so stunning! Love the color combination. I will be featuring and linking back so others can come visit!

Jenna@The Life of the Wife said...

OH SO CUTE! I will have to make one of these for sure! LOVE!!

Jenna
www.thelifeofthewife.blogspot.com

Jessica Snellings said...

This necklace is so cute! I'm going to have to invest in polymer clay.

Anonymous said...

I like 80's fashion and this necklace is just lovely. Thank u so much. Happy New Year...

Jeanne♥ said...

So cute!:)

alankarshilpa said...

Such beautiful color combination, and what a simple, classy style. I came from Pearl's site. Thanks to both of you for showing it to me. HAPPY NEW YEAR. I am sure 2012 will rock for you. Dita

http://www.alankarshilpa.blogspot.com
http://www.alankarshilpa.etsy.com

Christina C said...

Looks an awful lot like these earrings I made! http://www.etsy.com/listing/79580511/neon-tribal-colorblock-earrings-triangle

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

Christina C- Very similar! Your version is great too! The earrings in your Etsy shop (that you listed above) were listed on Jan 8th and this post was done Jan 2...great minds think alike :)

Christina C said...

My earrings were originally posted during the summer (renewed Jan 8th. But great minds indeed! From one clay lover to another!

Jennifer Swift said...

This is a brilliant idea. I used to create my own earrings and this concept for a pendant is great. I'd love to make a colored yellow pendant. You can really do a lot of jewelry designs out of these polymer clays. gold bars for sale

Janel F. Acton said...
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Candie@Craftbaby.com said...

SUPER cute! You should enter your photos from this project into Craftbaby's Geometric Art Challenge :)
http://www.craftbaby.com/contests/41/young-house-love-geometric-art

Xo,
Candie

sosolobi said...

Nice... I will make this with (real) clay and glaze and/or raku

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