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  • Kathy⚓️ Truitt-White, LCSW

    These handcarved pendants were made from a little slab of porcelain clay using the tiniest little carving tool.

  • Shelley B

    Polymer clay ideas? Remind me of blockprinting.

  • Jeannie

    Ceramic pendants were individually carved with the tiniest little loop tool

  • Connie Teel

    I love making different kinds of polymer clay pendants!

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Awesome Diy, Handcarved Pendants, Clay Ideas, Carvings Tools, Clay Pendants, Ceramics Pendants, Polymer Clay, Porcelain Clay, Clay Lessons Ideas

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