DIY Moana Heart of Te Fiti Necklace || Polymer Clay Tutorial || Maive Ferrando


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How to make Moana’s Heart of Te Fiti necklace from polymer clay! It’s really fun to make for and with your kids! You can share your recreations with me using #maiveferrando
This is not an exact replica of Disney’s design , this is my take on the necklace, where I fused both the heart and shell in one, it doesn’t open and it doesn’t play music. The colour of the heart itself is turquoise here, simply because I liked the colour of the water in the movie, which also played a very important role in the plot.

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