Creating Leaf-Like Metal Clay Rings
Watch and learn from master metal clay artist, Lis-el Crowley, and learn to make these spectacular leaf rings.
These dramatic statement rings are made from about 6 grams of metal clay. Because they are formed and fired flat, they come together very quickly and are great fun to make. Lis-el will show you how determine the correct length for your desired ring size, prepare your work surface, design and cut your shape, set stones and embellish the design.
Proper firing, testing for sintering and post firing shaping will also be discussed and demonstrated. These amazingly comfortable rings are also adjustable to accommodate swelling fingers and changing sizes.
Don’t miss this special presentation.
The full recording and a PDF handout of resources and links is included.
No experience necessary.
- ring sizing
- stone setting
- sanding and finishing
- firing tips
- adding patina
- EZ960 Sterling Silver Metal Clay
- work surface
- cool slip
- Stone setting template
- faceted cubic zirconia
- thickness frames
- Water and brush
- needle pick
- Clear work card with grid taped to bottom
- Sanding pad, tray and dust brush
- clay hydrator (optional)
- texture sheet of choice
- rolling Pin
Included in your purchase is the FULL recording of the entire LIVE class to watch over and over again, plus a PDF with notes and online resources.
Please note: PDF is not a stand-alone instructional booklet.