You will need
Graph paper ( with 5mm x 5mm squares)
For the jewellery
Fluorescent nail polishes (available in a pack of 4, costing £2 from Primark)
Clear car body lacquer (£3.99 at Elliots)
For the Galleon top
Pins and a sewing machine (for taking in the sides)
Neon yellow and white jersey (in my case, cut off old clothes)
Sharp thread scissors
Iron and ironing board
About an hour for each one, not including baking time in the case of the jewellery.
Modelling the clay for the jewellery takes quite a bit of patience but thankfully it's not technically taxing. Just take your time.
To make the jewellery...
Draw your shapes onto your graph paper using the grid-like layout as a guide to get your jagged, pixellated edges.
Use your scalpel to cut out your shapes, zigzagging along the edges and using the sharp edge to gouge out the middle once you have cut an outline.
Bake your clay shapes in the oven closely following the instructions provided (if it's Fimo, it will probably be half an hour on a low heat but don't take my word for it, refer closely to the specifications on the packaging!). Paint your nail polish onto both sides and glaze your pieces with an all-over spray of clear lacquer.
Glue in place any attachments and fastenings for your jewellery, whether they be for brooches, earrings or pendants.
For the top...Using your graph paper as a guide, draw out your ship design, which includes the yellow backdrop. Cut all your pieces out with a scalpel.
Glue them to your bondaweb and iron it onto your clothes.
Cut out your bondaweb and fabric pieces with your sharp thread scissors.
Peel away your bondaweb backing (the paper stuff on the back) and iron your pieces in place.