Evil Eye Pendant

Evil Eye Pendant

The Evil Eye has been used for over 6000 as a symbol of protection. It is believed that the Evil eye wards off bad luck, provides positive energy to the wearer shielding them from harm.
In this class you will learn how to make an Evil Eye Pendant and textured bead, how to glaze, fire and how to string your finished pendent.

This class is perfect for all ages and skill levels.

Materials:
.5 lbs of clay, you can use any clay you like, I am using bmix5 clay
1/4” slab, you can use a rolling pin with thickness strip, slab roller or any way you like to make slabs
Evil Eye Pendant Template (pdf included in this class)
Bisque Eye and roulette Stamps (see linked class)
3/8” hole cutter
Bamboo Skewers
Clay Knife, I am using the Dolan 220s,
Flexible Rib, I am using the Mud Tools #3 yellow rib
Sponge
Bowl or bucket of water
Ware boards for working on and drying on
Kiln, your own or access to one
Brushes for glazing, I am using a few Medium Sumi Brushes
Nitrile gloves
Leather or satin cord

Glazes
Georgie’s Indigo Interactive Pigment and Georgie’s Satin Clear Glaze

Evil Eye Pendant
  • Evil Eye Pendant Complete Class

    The Evil Eye has been used for over 6000 as a symbol of protection. It is believed that the Evil eye wards off bad luck, provides positive energy to the wearer shielding them from harm.
    In this class you will learn how to make an Evil Eye Pendant and textured bead, how to glaze, fire and how to s...

Extras

  • Evil-Eye-Pendant-Template.pdf

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