I’ve been seeing a lot of Easter craft projects being promoted on social media lately and one that caught my eye in particular was a Jumping Bunny Necklace I found over at Obscene Aubergine. I liked this so much that I decided to have a go at making an Easter bunny pendant myself!
Although I didn’t have any polymer clay to use, I remembered that I had some air drying clay tucked away in a cupboard. My stock of clay was around 4 years old and was a bit on the dry side but I just added a little water to it and then I was able to use it again!
To make this pendant, I rolled out a small patch of clay and sketched a bunny shape onto it with a cocktail stick. When I was happy with the shape, I used a small knife to cut out the shape and then scraped the unwanted clay away. I smoothed some of the edges off a little but I wanted this bunny to have a little texture so that it looked “furry” so to speak!
The trickiest part was putting a hole in one of the bunny’s ears as my clay was starting to dry out at this point so it kept on cracking! I left it to dry for 24 hours and then painted it with gold acrylic paint.
I tried out a few ideas for the necklace chain and ended up going with this cord and chain plaited chain in the end which I think looks lovely because it’s quite chunky and the gold chain complements the bunny perfectly!
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