Open the lid of your liquid clay and stir the clay well with a popsicle stick. You can also add thinner to your clay if you want a more thin consistency, or you can let it sit out overnight with the cap off for a thicker consistency.
Twist the cap back on and twist the nozzle to open the clay and squeeze your color into your mold.
To get a color block look, squeeze one color into half of your mold and straighten the edge where it will hit the other color with a toothpick so it’s as squared off as you can get it. Pour in the second color on the other side.
To get a tortoise shell look, squeeze one color in different spots of your mold and another color in the leftover areas.
To get a glitter look, use the clear liquid clay to fill your mold about 2/3 full and then pour in small glitter shapes or loose glitter. Mix in with a toothpick until it’s evenly distributed, add more clear liquid clay until mold is full, and stir again. If you want a solid glitter look, add more, and use less glitter if you want it to be more spread out.
Once your molds are ready, bake them in the oven at 275° for 15 minutes (do 30 minutes if your molds are over 1/4″ thick).
When molds are done baking, pull them out of the oven and allow them to cool before popping them out of the mold.
Once your clay has cooled, glue it onto the top of a barrette backing, let the glue set and you are ready to wear your creations!