This page is dedicated to polymer clay ideas that will help you to create beautiful settings for your cabochons. Whether it's a faux stone, mica shift or beautiful Mokume Gane, the right setting can complement your cabochon to elevate your work to a new level.
I will also be showing you how to make all sorts of different polymer clay bezels. Bezels are such fun to make and so addictive. There are almost no rules to follow. You can put almost anything in a polymer clay bezel to create hundreds of fun and funky designs. Once you start, you won't want to stop. See the tutorials below for a few ideas to get you started.
In this Polymer Clay Fractals Pendant tutorial, I'll be showing you how
to make your own bezel out of polymer clay, and how to create paint and
ink fractals in the center.
In this tutorial I'll be showing you how to make a painted art
polymer clay pendant using your own polymer clay bezel and Pebeo paint
skins made with Pebeo Prisme and Moon paints.
I'll be showing a
whole lot of different effects that can be achieved with these paints
depending on how you combine them. The result can be somewhat
unpredictable, so prepare to experiment and enjoy the process.
In this steampunk polymer clay tutorial I’ll show you a cool technique I’ve been
working on for a few months now; how to suspend liquid clay sheets in polymer
I’ll show a relatively simple liquid clay sheet to demonstrate
how to suspend the sheet, but this technique can be used on any liquid clay
sheet you make. It’s easy, effective and a fun way to incorporate liquid clay
into your designs.
In this tutorial we will be having lots of fun with polymer clay
image transfers. I'll show you how to use Lisa Pavelka's images, how to
crackle them to achieve a mosaic effect, how to make a beautiful polymer
clay bezel and much more.
This polymer clay image transfer
tutorial is packed with useful tips and tricks, so make a nice cuppa and
settle in for a really fun tutorial.
In this polymer clay bezel tutorial I'll be showing you how to make your
own polymer clay bezel from scratch, and then how to create my Fire and
Ice pendants using them.
These bezels can be used to create all
sorts of cool pendants. I'll be doing more tutorials around this idea in
the coming months.
In this tutorial, I'll be showing you a cool liquid clay technique that you can use to make your own liquid clay bezels.
You can make them in any size or color, patterned or plain, and you can fill them with whatever embellishments you want to.
There is so much scope to play around with this technique to develop your own ideas, and it's quick and fun too.
This polymer clay cabochon setting tutorial is part one of a series that
I am planning, to show different polymer clay settings that you can use
to finish off your cabochon pieces.
This setting is very
versatile. You can use any shape or color. You can even use a color
graduation if you prefer. There are all sorts of different ways that
you can accent the folds, including antiquing with paint, brushing with
mica powders or even using mixative alcohol inks. All of this will be
covered in this tutorial.
It's a really simple technique, with a surprisingly effective result. I hope you enjoy it.
I'll be adding many more polymer clay ideas to help with setting your cabocons over the coming months. If you would like to stay up to date with new articles and tutorials as they are released, please join my Facebook Group.
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If you are looking for something a little more complex, take a look at my Patreon page. The community over there is steadily growing and I have lots of surprises and additional features coming up soon for my Patreons, so do come over and join us. We would love to welcome you. You can also find some of my more complex tutorials at my Etsy shop.
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