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Martha Stewart Crafts ® Jewelry Paints, Glazes and Epoxy Clay
Add color and detail to your next jewelry project with Martha Stewart Crafts jewelry. Paints...
Martha Stewart Crafts ® Jewelry Pendants, Charms and Cabochons
Beautifully designed charms, pendants and cabochons are the perfect centerpiece for your next...
Martha Stewart Crafts ® Jewelry Findings, Setting & Chains
Jewelry findings are custom designed and offer unique detailing to complete your jewelry look....

Martha Stewart Crafts ® Jewelry

Don’t just assemble your jewelry, craft it with the new Martha Stewart Crafts Jewelry program!
This new program takes jewelry making to a new level of sophistication, with innovative products and techniques that allow you to create your own unique fashion statements. This broad line includes over 240 items tailored to every level of jewelry crafter: beautifully designed charms, pendants, and findings; rhinestones and exquisite Czech glass beads; enameling paints; jewelry glazes; and epoxy clays.  In a range of beautiful colors and stylish finishes, Martha Stewart Crafts jewelry crafting will inspire jewelry makers everywhere to create their own fashion statement. 
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Learn All About the NEW Martha Stewart Crafts Jewelry Program
The Martha Stewart Crafts jewelry program takes jewelry making to a whole new level...
Learn About the New Martha Stewart Craft Jewelry Tools
Learn about some of the new tools included in the new Martha Stewart Craft Jewelry line.
Learn About the New Martha Stewart Crafts Epoxy Clay System
Learn about the Martha Stewart Crafts Epoxy Clay system.
Learn About The New Martha Stewart Crafts Jewelry Enamel Paint
In this video learn how to use Martha Stewart Jewelry enamel paint.
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Use the silicone tip brush to push the epoxy clay into tiny recessed areas and to remove clay from unwanted areas.
 
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Use warm with mild soap and a soft bristled toothbrush
 
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The clay will begin to harden within 30 minutes. When using the clay with a mold, it is best to use it directly after mixing, when it is most pliable, so that it easily flows into the details of the mold.
 
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Let the epoxy clay dry for a few hours in the mold until it is only slightly soft to the touch. The clay should be hard enough to be removed safely from the mold, but soft enough so rhinestones can be pushed into the surface of the clay. Carefully remove from the silicone mold and use tweezers to place rhinestones in the clay.
 
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