The polymer clay projects and tutorials on this page will show you how to create beautiful necklaces, step by step, from start to finish. There are lots of fun techniques in these projects, including crackles, faux stones and canes. I hope they inspire you to clay.
Polymer clay bracelets are easy and quick to make and there are so many different styles to have fun with. Over time will be exploring as many of these as we can. Cuffs come in many different shapes and sizes and they're a great way to showcase your veneers and canes.
Polymer clay earrings are a perfect way to explore this wonderfully versatile medium. Whether you're a beginner or a pro, you can't go wrong with earrings. They're a great way to explore new techniques, shapes and colors before embarking on a larger project.
In this faux stained porcelain project we'll make five easy ring dishes from polymer clay. You can use any texture stamp you want along with some colorful alcohol inks to create easy and yet stunning bowls.
In this polymer clay bracelet project, I'll be showing you how to create a driftwood effect using extruded strands. I'll also be making end caps and a clasp from polymer clay. You can vary the colors of the hemp to give a completely different effect.
This polymer clay leaf pendants tutorial is an easy, quick project. Perfect for the markets or for gifts, these pendants are really fun to make, and super versatile. With a bit of imagination the combinations are endless with this project.
In this stamping polymer clay tutorial we will be making a pendant with a twilight woods theme using a Skinner Blend, Mica Shift, stencils and stamping. This is a fun versatile polymer clay design that can be adapted to many different themes.
In this polymer clay and wirework tutorial I'll revisit the popular Starry Night technique and another technique involving mint leaves. I'll also show a new stringing method using wire and sari ribbon. This tutorial is full of cool tips and tricks so have fun.
In this polymer clay tutorial I'll be showing you how to create this Black Poppy polymer clay earring design. It's an organic, easy design, great for beginners, filled with little tips and tricks for everyone to enjoy, and great fun to make.
This polymer clay cabochon setting tutorial is part one of a series to show different polymer clay settings that you can use to finish of your cabochon pieces. This setting is very versatile. You can use any shape or color on a color graduation if you prefer.