Collar necklaces are a great way to showcase your favorite polymer clay techniques. They can be intimidating at first but in the tutorials below I hope to show you everything you need to know to make the process easy and rewarding.
show you tips and tricks to get the shapes just right, how to bake them so
that they sit beautifully on the neckline, as well as how to achieve a
smooth satin sheen.
You will be able to use the simple polymer
clay techniques I show you, and with some practice, make stunning bib and collar necklaces
using any cane, veneer or even surface effect of your choice.
In this tutorial I'll show you how to make an easy but stunning polymer clay collar necklace.
This tutorial covers all the basics that the other collar tutorials will build on, so be sure to watch to the end.
In this Rockpool collar necklace tutorial I'll be showing you how to put silk and bubbles and
oyster watercolor veneers together to create a collar. I also include a neat
little trick for covering up the seams between the veneers.
The links for the veneers you will need to complete the project are included in the tutorial.
In this polymer clay collar tutorial we will be making what I have
called a donut collar. It's a one piece collar with a hole in it just
like a donut pendant. You can leave the hole empty, or you can fill it
with another veneer if you like, or even create a collar bezel instead.
this instance we will be leaving the hole empty, and we will be using
beautiful silver mica shifts and the blended flower cane from part one
of this tutorial to create the effect of flowers blowing away in the
In this polymer clay bib collar tutorial we will be making an antiqued, crackled boomerang collar that resembles aged pottery.
In this tutorial I have used a tribal theme and earthy colors, but you could swap these out to create many different effects.
This polymer clay project was great fun to make. I hope you enjoy it.
In this tutorial we will be making a beautiful Winter's Night polymer clay bib necklace with earrings to match.
result is really eye-catching, but you will find that it is so simple
to make. The project consists of simple elements of mica shift and
texture, with a few slices of snowflake cane to give that wintery feel.
I'll show you tips and tricks to get your veneer nice and flat and how
to achieve a smooth, glassy finish.
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