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!
This is the first of a three part jewelry set tutorial. In part one I'll be showing you how to make three different alcohol ink polymer clay crackle sheets. This is one of my favorite polymer clay techniques. It's really useful and versatile.
In this polymer clay collar tutorial we will be making what I have called a donut collar. It's a one piece collar with a hole in it just like a donut pendant. You can leave the hole empty, or you can fill it with another veneer, or create a collar bezel instead.
This is a short demo tutorial to show you how to use my Skinner Blend cutters. They are designed to take all of the guess work out of making a Skinner Blend. Whether you want a two part or a ten part blend, your blend will always fit within the edges of a pasta machine.
What brand of clay did you use? Premo & Premo Accents What colors did you use? If you mixed them yourself you can include a color recipe here if
In this tutorial I'll be showing you how to make a blended flower polymer clay cane based on a Skinner Blend Ikat cane. This is a really simple but very effective cane that you can change up to suit all sorts of design ideas.
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. The result can be somewhat unpredictable, so prepare to experiment and enjoy the process.
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 I'm going to be showing you a polymer clay paintdrip watercolor and a fish scale watercolor. Two really cool ways to use up the scraps from any sheets you may have left over from previous Watercolor tutorials.
This is the third part in my Rockpool polymer clay collar necklace tutorial. In this part of the tutorial I'll be showing you how to put the veneers from part one and two together to create the collar, including a neat trick for covering up the seams between the veneers.