How to Do Fingerprint Jewellery in 3D Metal Clay – more details coming soon, please bear with us whilst we put together all the info you’ll ever need. You can definitely add cremation ashes, breastmilk, hair and umbilical cord to metal clay but there are a few caveats. Check back soon for more!
you can include an Inkless Wipe Kit and use this 2D image to create a stamp for stamping metal clay, turning it into a 3D piece
Alternatively, you can use a silicone putty kit to create a mould of the fingerprint, thumbprint or noseprint etc then create a master/positive of the finger/thumb/nose to stamp into metal clay.
This artist uses more silicone putty to make the positive but I like to use a hot glue gun or UV resin. Always keep the mould and the master in case the client needs to order more pieces from it in the future for any reason
*Taking prints from deceased people and pets
Working with Precious Metal Clay