Using metal clay gives you the chance to experiment with designs and get creative.
We offer lots of beautiful metal clay moulds which are so easy and quick to use to transform into wonderful pendants, earrings and charms.
It's so easy! Simply press metal clay into the mould and allow to dry before carefully popping it out and firing with a gas torch or kiln.
Keep in mind for your designs that the metal clay will shrink by around 10% during firing.
If you want to create a pendant or a pair of earrings, you may wish to put a hole in your metal clay piece before firing it. You can do this by simply using a cocktail straw and neatening the edge using sandpaper when it's dried.
If you love coastal jewellery, this seashore metal clay mould is a great way to incorporate shells, starfish and seahorse shapes to make beautiful and consistent pendants, earrings and charms every time.
Go floral! These pretty orchid metal clay moulds would make adorable little charms.
This hummingbird metal clay mould is bigger than our other moulds so is more suitable for a statement pendant or brooch design. This mould gives wonderful texture and detail to the piece, creating the delicate feathering of the hummingbird.
This pretty little rose metal clay mould has beautiful petal detailing which will make your designs really stand out. Perfect for turning into delicate earrings or a simple pendant.
Be at one with nature with this leaf collection metal clay mould. These moulds have a range of leaf sizes so you can choose the best one to suit your design - a great size for earrings, charms and dainty pendants.
Moulding compound is easy, quick and safe to use for creating your own creative moulds and designs. The beauty of this compound is that you can use the mould again and again for creating consistent designs.
You can use all kinds of items to create moulds from shells, fossils, buttons, leaves or anything you can think of!
These texture plates are perfect for creating interesting textures and patterns in your metal clay designs.
To use these plates, simply roll your clay to your desired thickness, lightly coat the plates with olive oil to avoid sticking. You can then lay the texture sheet on top of the clay and apply gentle pressure with a roller over the sheet. When you have the desired texture, gently lift the sheet from one corner until it lifts off of the clay.