Remember—I already had the goddess, so I'll walk you through making the diary. To make the diary cover, roll out a slab of Creative Paperclay® about 1/16" thick. I work on a teflon mat to make handling the clay a bit easier.
Next, measure strips of clay, and cut them with a craft knife. Remember to move the clay off the teflon mat before cutting or you'll have teflon strips. My clay strips are 1 3/8" wide.
Then, measure and the strips into 1 3/8" squares. Of course, you can make yours whatever size you desire.
When the covers are dry, it's time to paint them. I started by sealing them with an acrylic medium. When that was dry, I dropped on small amounts of mica powders using the tips of tweezers, and recoated with the acrylic medium. Take care not to overwork the mica/medium.
Last step in my cover design was to stamp a rubber stamp image using Staz-On ink.
I cut 1 1/4" pages for the diary. The number of your pages will be governed by the size of your jump rings. I stacked the pages with a cover on each side, and used a Crop-a-dile to pierce the holes for the jump rings. I also pierced a hole in the center bottom of the back cover to attach the goddess.
I added a jewelry bail to the back of the goddess with E-6000.
I used jump rings to attach the goddess to the back cover of the diary. Last step was adding the necklace chain.
Wear your goddess diary necklace in good health.