Fairy Door Pendant Polymer Clay Tutorial Video

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Polymer Clay Fairy Door PendantFairy doors are just… magical! They represent the transition between fantasy and reality, a door connecting the two worlds. And if you enjoy living in a fantasy world (like me) then a fairy door is a MUST in your collection of polymer clay pieces.

This tutorial is for a miniature fairy door. The video shows you how to make a pendant but you can turn it into a stand-alone door or even a Christmas Tree ornament. Your imagination is the limit so get creating and enjoy!

Tools and supplies listed below the video

(Click to watch this video on YouTube. For transcript click the closed captions CC icon at the bottom right of the video)

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Questions on this video/technique?

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  1. Chris says

    I am an elder newbe with Sculpey Clay. I love your videos and they are the perfect and very easy to do each of the projects plus a few of my own from your instuctions.
    My question is can I add my own glitter and glow in the dark glitter to the clay for a stunning effect and when should it be added? before baking or after.
    I look forward to meeting you, long distance by way of the Y Fie in th Sky.

    • MagicByLeah says

      Chris: glad you’re enjoying my website. You can certainly add anything that will not melt or react to heat. Glitter is fine and can be baked in when added to raw clay or glued on after baking

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