In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a beautiful Skinner Blend Mica Shift and a Mica Smash using alcohol ink tinted polymer clay. Tinting your metallic clays with alcohol inks opens up a huge range of vibrant color options, without reducing the clay's mica content.
In this tutorial I'll be showing you how to make a focal polymer clay pendant with a difference. We will be exploring new ideas for using Pebeo paints and mica frills along the way.
In this tutorial I'll be showing you how to make a polymer clay bowl using leaves from your garden and a few alcohol inks. I'll show you three different color variations using the same technique.
This tutorial leads on from my Pills and Coffee Swellegant Veneer technique. In this second part I'll be showing you how to create what I call my Mayan Polymer Clay Medallion.
What brand of clay did you use? Premo What colors did you use? If you mixed them yourself you can include a color recipe here if you like. White,
What colors did you use? If you mixed them yourself you can include a color recipe here if you like. Black and white. What products did you use?
In this tutorial I'll be showing you how to make a polymer clay silkscreen veneer using alcohol inks, Swellegant and Helen Breil's Pills and Coffee silkscreen.
What brand of clay did you use? Premo What products did you use? e.g. Lisa Pavelka Crackle Texture Stamp, or Pearlex Antique Copper Mica Powder.
Helen Breil's polymer clay silkscreens are admittedly some of my favorite. In this Helen Breil silkscreen review I'll be highlighting why, in my opinion, they are among the best on the market.
In this tutorial we'll be making an easy but stunning polymer clay collar necklace. I'll show you tips and tricks to get the shape just right, how to bake it so that it sits beautifully on the neckline, as well as how to achieve a smooth satin sheen.