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Indian Motif Jewelry and information By Nylene Anderson
Jewelry making can be done for any age taking into account age and ability. I have put together samples and web sites that can be used for various ages and abilities, both with clay and non fire material.
En Turquoise and coral These beads can be made from clay as well and colored with stains or paints.
Pendents can easily be made Hand made textured beads with stains or rolled in paint. Northwest Native American Totem Poles
MAKE SMALL POTS ADD PIECES OF SHELL OR STONE AND SEED BEADS. MAKE SIMPLE SHAPES AND DISTRESS THEM TO GIVE THE ANTIOCH APPEARANCE
STAMP OR CARVE DESIGNS IN AND REMEMBER TO MAKE A HOLE.
REPRESENTATIONAL ANIMAL SHAPES OR TOTEMS. A CLEAR GLAZE OVER BLACK STAIN LOOKS LIKE A COIN.
USE DOLL PRESS MOLDCARVING OR SHAPING
PAINT ON GEOMETRIC DESIGNS WORK WELL. CUT A CONTRASTING COLOR AND ATTACH
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