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Yes the eyepin allows you to turn any clay item into a charm that can easily be turned into earrings, a necklace and anything else.
Polymer clay only requires clay and an oven, all other tools are optional. But for jewelry making I suggest eyepins and headpins. Headpins have a little head/foot at the bottom to prevent the pin from being pulled out of the clay (a common issue with eyepins)
Overall I use headpins in all my work because eyepins always fall out.
Yay!!! I did this and it worked!!!! I was reading your FAQ about glaze, and well, if is a small piece like this, you can also use nail polish, the transparent one. I used it, and really gave the "candy" effect Amazing tutorial!!!