I used a silicone ice tray to shape the heart, and I carved, "sweet," into the clay with the embossing stylus. For "friend," I used a Heidi Swapp stam to stamp directly into the clay, and I added Stewart Gill Byzantia chips (pressing them into the clay). For the star, I used another silicone ice cube tray to shape the clay, and I carved, "dream," into the clay.
Next, I added gold interference paint to the small heart.
At the same time, I stamped Stampers Anonymous wings into the clay, embossed them, and added angelina fibers. I zapped them with the heat gun immediately.
At this stage, I left all pieces to dry for several hours. I returned to work on them (not fully dry, but dry enough to add paint and other materials).
I painted the beads with lumiere paints and colour washes, finishing them with highlights from a krylon pen.
I added told interference paint and more gilding chips to the friend embellishment.
I used gold interference paint on the shell.
I painted the star with Stewart Gill alchemy paints. I added glossy accents to make it shine.
I used red lumiere paints and iridescent medium on the heart.
I painted a plastic box, added ribbons and beads, and then framed it.
Finally, for the moon, I made a shadow box from a 7gypsies tin. I spray painted the tin black and gold. I added the moon and angelina fibers (heated with a heat gun.) Next, I added previously made UTEE stars, and I glued on beads and coloured, shrunken plastic.
I hope this gives you some ideas for clay embellishments and projects.