Creating an Essential Oil Diffuser Pendant from Metal Clay with Shannon Greenlese at

Creating an Essential Oil Diffuser Pendant from Metal Clay

Instructor Bio: 
117 minutes

Join metal clay artist Shannon Greenlese and learn what you need to know to make this fabulous essential oil diffuser pendant from metal clay!

Silhouette software, scratch foam plates, metal clay techniques and some essential oil how-to will all be covered in Shannon's class! Whether you want to learn more software design for your Silhouette, or metal clay fabrication, this is the class for you.

Shannon will share her software tips and techniques, then show you step-by-step how to create a scratch foam texture to make this beautiful pendant for your favorite essential oils. Scratch foam is a fun and easy way to use your original artwork as a texture for transferring to metal clay. Use your texture plate over and over again for a variety of projects.

Shannon will cover all the basics from safety musts to resource links for all the supplies you need. And if you’re not into using a Silhouette, Shannon has for purchase a finished scratch foam texture plate that is ready to go.

Plus watch Ms. Greenlese in the BONUS video and learn how to embellish your pendant with “fire in place” gemstones.

PLUS PLUS PLUS, A SECOND BONUS video will show you how to make a pair of earrings from your scratch foam texture.

Over 120 minutes of video instruction.

Included in your purchase is a PDF with photos, notes and online resources plus a class video to watch as many times as you like.

No experience necessary.

Please note: the PDF is not a stand-alone instructional booklet.

Covered In This Class: 
  • Designing with Silhouette software
  • Scratch foam etching
  • Metal clay rolling & forming
Materials Used In This Class: 
  • Silhouette software
  • Silhouette cutter
  • Chomas etching tool
  • Scratch foam
  • Basic metal clay tools
  • Micro cutters
  • Aromatherapy inhaler wick

Included with the video download, a PDF filled with photos, notes and all the resources you need to get started.

Join the discussion!

Is this a good tutorial to get if I have Silhouette 4.4 software and am a complete beginner, or should I do one of these two to learn the basics: Silhouette Design Boot Camp, or Getting to Know the Silhouette Software Version 4?

I think when you are a complete beginner it's best to get the boot camp tutorial. There is tons to learn, but you can learn it at your own pace.