No matter how hard I tried, I couldn't stay focused on polymer in my web surfing last weekend. I ended up ordering books and CDs and this wonderful ring (actually, two are pictured here) from Dynomighty.com. Magnetic jewelry has always intrigued me and a magnetic ring offered too many possibilities to resist.

I'm hoping I can cover this baby with polymer clay. Think it's possible? My favorite magnet user is Cathy Johnston who closes her perfect miniature books/pins and purses (scroll down her class page to see this wonderful design) with magnetic clasps.

Look to the right on the home page. I've added a select list of recommended blogs in the right hand column. I'll keep the list short so as not to overwhelm you. These blogs are quite special. Happy Monday.

  • reply Bettina Welker ,

    Cynthia,

    I’m not sure wether these magnets can resist the heat during the curing process. Neodym-magnets (these very strong magnets)only can be heated up to 176 degrees F (80 degrees C).

    cheers
    Bettina

    • reply Melanie West ,

      If you do end up tryiing to cover the ring, could you share your results? I would love to have a go at coving such a unique item, if it actually works… Bettina’s info is not very promising. ūüôĀ

      -Thanks!

      • reply Bettina Welker ,

        I read on the website that these magnets last until up to 250 degrees F

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