In this 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.
In this tutorial we will be making some cute little polymer clay book charms. You can use these as pendants, bookmark ends, key rings or anything else you can think of. They are really versatile, quick and simple to make and loads of fun.
This Cobble Stone Cane is a great way to use up leftover cane ends. It creates an interesting pattern, perfect for the background of any polymer clay project.
In this video, I'll be showing you why I don't recommend Sculpey III as a professional grade polymer clay and what you can use it for if you've already gone out and bought a whole lot.
In this polymer clay necklace tutorial we’ll make two different necklace designs using the waterfall crackle sheets we made in a previous tutorial. There are so many ways you can use this crackle technique and I hope these two designs will give you some ideas.
In this Waterfall Crackle polymer clay tutorial I’ll teach you how to use a cool new product I’ve been playing around with. It’s got its challenges, but it creates a super cool veneer. It looks almost like dragon scales, but it also has a cool river, or waterfall effect.
In this tutorial I’ll be showing how to make faux Dragon Vein Agate cabochons. We will be using a faux agate sheet and a crackle cane to achieve the result, and all you will need is some white and translucent polymer clay, and a couple of alcohol inks.
In this polymer clay tutorial we'll combine a Skinner blend mica shift, with a beautiful Pansy flower cane and some simple black ink stamping to create some beautiful polymer clay pendants.
In this polymer clay fan necklace tutorial, I'll be showing you how to make a beautiful necklace using the alcohol ink crackle veneers. I’m going for a tribal theme to match the colors we’re using, but this crackle technique can be used in an endless range of designs.
In this polymer clay cuff project tutorial, I'll be showing you how to make a cuff using a metal blank with lots of tips for finishing it off perfectly. We will be combining three alcohol polymer clay crackle sheets to make the cuff, which means no sanding!