The Polymer Clay Mica Smash Technique is a fun combination of the Watercolor Technique and the Dragon Scale Mica Shift. I show a version with plain colors and another with a skinner blend.
What brand of clay did you use? Sculpy and fimo What colors did you use? If you mixed them yourself you can include a color recipe here if you like.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make polymer clay lentil beads using scrap cane ends. This technique is great fun and can be done using any clay, but I find that cane ends really make the pendants pop.
In this tutorial, we will be making polymer clay jewelry by combining the Dragonscale Mica Shift technique and a black and white Flower Cane into a beautiful Desert Flower Necklace.
Helen Breil's polymer clay stamps are wonderfully detailed, giving beautiful textured imprints. In this Helen Breil texture review I'll be highlighting all the ins and outs of these popular stamps.
Learn how to make a beautiful black and white polymer clay flower cane that can be used alone, or in projects, either as part of a more complex cane, or as an accent paired with other techniques.
Make a polymer clay marble and a pretty veneer from the leftovers of a Kaleidoscope cane. The marble, veneer and cane all end up matching one another, so you can use them together in one design.
In this polymer clay tutorial I'll show you how to make a square kaleidoscope cane. This is a fun variation on the traditional hexagonal version and an easier cane for beginners to tackle.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to reduce a round, square, triangular and hexagonal cane. Each different type of cane has its own specific technique that needs to be mastered.
A review and demonstration of the new Lucy Clay Stencils for polymer clay. What I thought about them, tips for using them and things to look out for.