MERCH CARE

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MAKE YOUR OWN

All of the merch I create is super easy to make and very accessible to you if you want to give it a try and make your own personally styled jewelry. I use polymer/bakeable clay (FIMO, Sculpey) that can be purchased at Michaels Craft Store. I really enjoy making clay stuff and I make things that I enjoy wearing, and if you happen to like it, then I am so happy to share it with you :)

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PINS

Like most metal pins, avoid stepping on them or putting pressure on their frame as the can break. If used on clothes, hats, or purses, they just hang out and look around.

BRACELETS & NECKLACES

Clay beads hold up without issue. Clay spears are fragile at it's thinnest extremities. Be careful when laying down to not get poked! If the cording that threads the clay beads becomes loose, you can tighten with knots or please contact me via phone or email to rectify the issue.

INCENSE HOLDERS

Avoid dropping from a high elevation. 

EYEBALL BRACELETS

Generally used around the wrist or arm, avoid heavy pressure on clay area. 

DREAD BEADS

Dread beads come in various sizes, please choose bead according to dread width so as to not force the bead on with too much pressure, causing a crack. Beads are very durable once in. *Note, when swimming in salt water, clay glaze gradually disintegrates causing deterioration. 

PATCHES

Once patches are applied to a garment, make sure to turn the patch face inside out when washing it. 

*** Polymer clay deteriorates over time in salt water

** Please do not hesitate to email if confronted with any quality issues

I experiment with my creations and always quality test them myself, but I understand there are issues that can arise and I want to prevent that from happening and ensure a good experience for those who make purchases.

Email: theuniversefeaturingray@gmail.com

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