In this polymer clay love letter pendants tutorial we'll combine a Skinner blend mica shift,
with a beautiful Pansy flower cane and some simple black ink stamping
to create these beautiful polymer clay pendants.
You could use
the veneer to create a similar multi-piece necklace, or use it to make
cabochons, a statement pendant, a bangle or even a collar necklace. The
choice is yours.
In this polymer clay necklace tutorial we’ll make two different necklace designs using the
waterfall crackle sheets we made in a previous tutorial. One will be elegant
while the other will be more tribal.
There are so many ways you can use this
crackle technique and I hope these two designs will give you some ideas for your own polymer clay jewelry.
In this polymer clay jewelry tutorial we will be making a simple, but really pretty, polymer
clay snowflake cane. I'll show you how to make it, reduce it to various
sizes and how to use it to make the stunning silent night beads that
this project is named after.
This polymer clay cane is really
easy to make, but so effective. Please do give it a try. It's great fun
and produces a beautiful and rewarding result.
Here is a beautiful winter themed polymer clay project using textures
and alcohol inks. In the tutorial I show you how to create your own
texture stamps, so that you’ll be able to make your own unique stamps
This project is easy and versatile. You can change it from being a winter themed project to
any season you want just by changing the colors.
I use resin and liquid clay in this tutorial to
add a level of depth to the piece that looks stunning. I highly recommend
using them, but you can create beautiful pieces without them too.
We will be making a resinned donut
pendant, cone beads and our own end cap, all out of faux red tiger eye. All of these elements will come together around some suede to make a beautiful, sophisticated finished piece.
In this tutorial I'll be showing how to make a Faux Amethyst Geode Slice
which we will then use to make a full jewelry set, as well as a
keyring. This polymer clay project is much easier than it looks, and
best of all it requires no sanding, so it's sure to be a favorite!
can switch up the colors used in this technique to create all sorts of
different agate slices, so be sure to try out other combinations.
I also show what to do with leftover metal leaf
fragments by applying them to clay and using a silkscreen to create an almost
animal print effect.
This project is easy, forgiving and can be done with just about any
scraps you have.
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Today I'll be creating a mokume gane polymer clay crackle veneer using plain printing paper to dry out the clay. It's a soft, subtle effect that's easy to create and use across any project. Try differ…
Today I'll be creating a mokume gane polymer clay crackle veneer using a heatgun. This is a fun, subtle technique that can be used in a wide range of projects. Try different colors and different thick…
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Today I'll be creating a polymer clay crackle veneer with kroma crackle and I'll go into details regarding how to achieve color and how varnish and resin will affect the finished result. The tests are…
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Today I'll be creating another cheat polymer clay crackle; this time a metal leaf mokume gane. This is a fun technique and although I use a crackle texture in the video, you can use any texture you wa…
Today I'll be using a heatgun on some gold polymer clay to create a beautiful, rustic polymer clay crackle. We'll then mess around with some paint to antique the crevasse and finally we'll give it a b…