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Polymer Clay Tutorial - Crackled Inlay. Stamps & Texture Sheets with Polymer Clay. MossyOwls: Ten on Tuesday: Ten Faux Effects in Polymer Clay. Polymer clay is an excellent mimic-- and it's lots of fun to make something so realistic than people think it's the real thing-- so it's no surprise that faux effects are a popular group of polymer clay techniques. Here are ten different faux effects you can achieve with polymer clay. Wherever possible, I've included links to multiple lessons or tutorials. Ten on Tuesday: Ten Faux Effects in Polymer Clay 1. OpalThis one's a classic, as far as I'm concerned.

(It was one of the techniques, if not the technique, that made me interested in trying out polymer clay in the first place.) Different "recipes" call for slightly different products, but most of them start with lightly tinted translucent clay and glitter. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. There are many more faux techniques out there-- in other tutorials, in videos, in books-- and goodness knows how many more still waiting to be created! Here are a few related websites you might also want to check out: Rainbow Zig Zag Cane. Here's another great cane idea brought to you by Leah Fisch, from, that we're sure you will use! Let's hear from Leah... "The Rainbow Zig Zag Cane is a simple yet fun project to add pops of color to any project. The best part is that you can’t really mess up! " Pictured here is my new miniature sculpting tool set, covered in Zigzag Rainbow Cane, so that I can create art with art in my hands (click for a larger view).

Enjoy! By Leah ©2014 Text and Photos We want to thank Leah for sharing this excellent project lesson with Polymer Clay Central. Polymer Clay Central Master Index. Polymer Clay Web - Dedicated to polymer clay and its many uses - fimo, premo, sculpey - jewelry, sculpting, miniatures, canes. Polymer Clay Mania by SoCraftastic. Tutorial: How to make clay rollers & stamps........... Free Polymer Clay Tutorial for Mica Leaf Pendants » The Blue Bottle Tree. It’s autumn, the leaves are falling, and I want to share with you an easy beginner level free polymer clay tutorial to make a Mica Leaf Pendant. Using polymer clay, mica powder, and the leaves you find around your home, you can use the beauty of nature to create bold, graphic images like the one above. It uses a leaf from a Spider Flower plant with brightly contrasting red and gold mica powder. Or you can make more subtle, natural and earthy pendants such as this round one which uses leaves from a Golden Rain Tree and False Strawberry from my yard.

And depending on your choice of colors, you can create soft fantasy scenes with an ethereal feeling. Or bright colors that nature never intended! Are you curious? For this online free polymer clay tutorial, I had to break it apart and put it on separate pages so that your load times won’t be too long. View the Mica Leaf Tutorial If you would like to see more of my tutorials, please take a moment to read about them here. See More Tutorials. Polymer clay tutorial. On request of one of my russian blog readers I made a quick tutorial on how to make coin beads.We'll be making these beads: Start with measuring out equal amounts of scrap clay for each bead core.

Roll scrap clay into balls. Roll out a very thin sheet of pretty clay, which will be a background for your canes' slices. In order to get millefiori beads all of the same size, you have to be sure that at each step you add the same amount of clay: same size of a bead core, same size of a background wrap clay, same amount of canes' slices on each bead. Wrap a bead core into a background clay sheet. Pinch the ends of pretty clay, hiding scrap clay.

Roll bead into a ball. The ideal spherical shape of the beads is not necessary at this step. Slice your canes. Put equal amount of cane slices on each bead. Roll bead into a ball, trying to make it as spherical as possible this time. Now beads are ready to be turned into coins: Prepare a surface for flattening the beads. Put your beads between the tiles. Free Tutorials. Pages This Blog Linked From Here My Free Tutorials, Demos and Ideas Where to find me... Noteable blogs Free Tutorials click on the Titles to take you to the correct page... Making Headpins with resin Creating Buttons with Shanks (Videos)Part 1 Part 2 Faux Stone - Landscape Jasper (now included with the purchase of my Imitative Beach Pebble Series) 10 Colour Mixing Recipes Beginner Marble Marvel How to wrap a wire loop Bezel and Ring Polymer Clay Box or Tile Legs Tutorial Conditioning and Inclusions Starfish Tutorial Imitative Ceramic Inkjet Transfers Makin's Extruder Handle Adapter Photographing your work camera settings Polymer clay on Canvas UV Gel cabochons Mini Display Stands.

Polymer Clay Tutorials by Sigalsart on ETSY. Polymer Clay Tutorial - Faux Ceramic Pendant. Tutoriels - amarena. Free Polymer Clay Projects - Fantasy. Polymer Clay Tutorial Digital PDF Instant par DivaDesignsInc. Dora’s Explorations. Polymer Clay Cane Tutorials : Polymer Clay Cane Tutorials Posted on | September 14, 2009 | 7 Comments The main building block, of many polymer clay projects, is an attractive cane. Polymer clay canes can be used to cover useful objects, to create jewelry and to build mosaics. In the opinion of many crafters, a good polymer clay cane, is an art form in itself. Faux Gem Polymer Clay Canes Fossil Agate Coral Polymer Clay Cane Polymer Clay Fruit Cane Symbolic Polymer Clay Canes Flower Polymer Clay Canes Advanced Polymer Clay Canes Geometric Polymer Clay Canes Polymer Clay Face Canes Animal Polymer Clay Canes Striped Polymer Clay Canes Jellyroll Polymer Clay Canes Polymer Clay Leaf Canes Lacy Polymer Clay Canes Novelty Polymer Clay Canes Read More : Polymer Clay or Home Category: Polymer ClayTags: Polymer Clay Comments 7 Responses to “Polymer Clay Cane Tutorials” Cat Therien September 15th, 2009 @ 10:28 am Hi Craft Stew!

Leave a Reply Categories. Polymer Tutorials Home Page. Links to Polymer Clay Projects and Tutorials - Sky Grazer Designs. If you notice an inactive link, please contact me. Go Directly To: - Sites with Multiple Lessons - FAQs and Info - Canes and Millefiori - Faux - Image Transfer and Decoupage - Jewelry - Mica Shift - Miniatures - Mokume Gane - Pens - Sculpting - Skinner Blend - Stamping and Molds - TLS and Liquid Sculpey - Vessels and Objects - Tools - Everything Else Tips, Techniques, How to.. Sites with multiple lessons (some are listed by category below) HGTV - do a search for polymer clay Polymer Clay Central - numerous lessons The Polymer Clayspot - faux turquoise, roses, stone effects Polyform - Projects - projects from the makers of Sculpey and Premo Desiree's How To Desk Joshua's Clay Creations - whimsical animal and figure projects TOP FAQs and Info TOP Canes and Millefiori TOP Image Transfer and Decoupage Color Photo Transfer Lesson Faux Enamel Pin - Gwen Gibson LazerTran - click on polymer clay in the menu for directions Lazertran Oval Pendant - transfer with Lazertran Silk TOP Pens.

Monet Cane Revisited August 2001 Polyzine. Polymer Clay Mania. Polymer Clay Chameleon. Polymer Tutorials. Polymer Clay European Pandora Style Bead Charms - Three Piece Set 1022 | jennedwardsdesigns. Featured here is a set of three one-of-a kind European "Pandora" style bead charms handcrafted by mixed-media artist Jenn Ross from polymer clay. These pretty little bead charms have a metal core opening of about 4.5mm, and will fit the popular silver or metal bracelets and necklaces. These charms were formed by hand then cored with silver plated metal grommets.

They were then cured to insure optimum strength and color, sanded smooth, buffed to a high shine and finished with several coats of a color enhancing protective polish. When finally finished, the polymer clay charms feel very smooth, much like glass or hard plastic and is very lightweight and durable. With proper care, they will never break, fade or chip! Collect several bead charms to create your own bracelet designs or simply hang one off your necklace or earrings for an elegant embellishment.

Buyer will receive the exact charm set pictured in the first photograph.