In this tutorial we will be creating a beautiful oriental pendant using a polymer clay transfer, a Cernit Metallics skinner blend mica shift and the ever popular watercolor technique. I'll also be showing you a different bail and stringing technique.
In this polymer clay crackle tutorial, I'll be showing you how to create a cracked earth, rustic crackle using a heat gun. We will also be learning how to create a contained 3 part Skinner Blend, a symmetrical border and exploring techniques with an extruder and antiquing.
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.
In this faux Tiger Eye tutorial we will be learning how to imitate the beautiful blue Tiger Eye stone - one of my favorites. We will be making some gorgeous African inspired, reversible earrings and some lovely cabochons which will be buffed to a perfect shine.
In this polymer clay pendant project we will be using a mod cane and mica shift to create a beautifully, eye-catching pendant with a hammered wire insert. This tutorial includes lots of information on burnishing, joining seams and using Ice Resin.
This polymer clay earring project is the first part in a 2 part series where we will be using the simple mod cane to create a matching pendant, earring and ring set. These interesting and eye-catching earrings are really simple, quick and fun to make.
In this polymer clay donut tutorial, we'll be using tinted translucent liquid clay to create a striking, faux dichroic donut pendant. You can switch up the colors and shapes to create lots of unique designs using this simple and effective technique.
In this African inspired polymer clay bracelet tutorial, we will have fun making finger bone beads and sunset torpedo beads. The finger bead technique is really fun, and so effective. All you need for this polymer clay project is clay, pastels and paint. It's really simple.
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!
In this polymer clay earring tutorial I'll show you a really cool liquid clay twist on a Sutton Slice, which we will use to create two beautiful modern steampunk earring sets. There are lots of tips and tricks in this polymer clay tutorial.