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Polymer clay Liquid clay Tutorial

Polymer Clay Tutorial: Using Liquid Polymer Clay

NEW Faux Lamp-Work
Focal Bead Tutorial

Introducing my latest tutorial: Faux Lamp-Work Beads
the tutorial explains how to create the glass-like droplets on the bead. you
can use this technique on Beads, Pendants, Earrings, charms, etc.
I love working with Kato Liquid Clay, and you will too!  I’ve always dreamed of making real glass Lamp-Word beads, but this technique is the next best thing!
 this tutorial is available now in
SWIRL BEADS
RAISED DOT BEADS
SWIRL & RAISED DOT PATTERN
Purple Barrel Beads with liquid clay swirls

Purple Barrel Beads with liquid clay swirls

Teal Freshwater Pearl Earrings with liquid clay water droplets

  Teal Freshwater Pearl Earrings with liquid clay water droplets

 

Water Droplet Raspberry Bead Set

Water Droplet Raspberry Bead Set

Polymer Clay Tutorial: How to Create Mica Shift Striped Pendants

         Mica Shift Tutorial

My New PDF File Tutorial is finally complete!
Click on the link above to view it.
This is 4th Polymer Clay tutorial
that I have made available in my
Etsy Shop, Beadazzle Me.
This tutorial will guide you step by step, how-to create Polymer Clay Mica Shift Striped Pendants, it includes 30 pages of easy to understand instructions, and 53 color images.
Directions are also printed right on the photos, so you may choose to follow the photos only, for an easy, photo by photo version of the tute..
Here are a few examples of my
completed Mica Shift jewelry

Mica Shift Technique Earrings
Gray/Silver/Gunmetal Pendant
Sea-breeze Pendant
Mica Shift 1″ Pendants

The Resin tutorial below is a companion tutorial to this one
How to Apply Resin to Polymer Clay Pendants

Polymer Clay Tutorial: Applying Resin to 3 Types of Pendants

New Polymer Clay Tutorial

 This tutorial illustrates how to apply a 2-part resin coating to the top surface of 3 Different Types of Pendants:

• Flat, smooth pendants, Steps 1-12
• Raised textured pendants, Steps 13-15
• Curved Pendants, Steps 16-19
• Adding a second coat of resin, Steps 20-21

I just released my third Tutorial, I thought I’d never finish this one! It has 35 pages & 61 Photos. The photos are close-ups, so you can easily follow the step by step format. The reason I decided to write this particular tutorial is that I’ve had so many customers & folks on my fan page ask me “How do you get that shine on your pendants”? Now, you can find out the steps I take to get that great domed effect & fabulous shine on the most difficult to cover projects like the Raised Surface Pendants, I make in my Cabochon Pendant Tutorial! This is the way I found that works best for me, and I get perfect results every time. Here is the link to the Resin tutorial.
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Polymer Clay Tutorial: How to Create Cabochon Pendants

New Polymer Clay Tutorial

Now Available in my Etsy Shop

Introducing my 2nd Polymer Clay Tutorial.

This one is called “How to Create Cabochon Pendants”. It is a step-by-step guide, including 42 color photos, 28 pages. Also contains, a Gallery
of completed projects, and a helpful Q& A Tips section!
This is a 2-part tutorial, it’s like getting 2 tutorials in one!

The Tutorial is available

in my Etsy Shop

This Pendant was made for Breast Cancer Awareness

Polymer Clay Tutorial: How to Make Faux Glass Beads

Tutorial: How-to Create Faux Glass Beads

I just released my first Tutorial! How-to Create Polymer Clay
Faux Glass Beads. It’s available in my Etsy Shop Beadazzle Me.
I sold my first copy just an hour after listing it on Etsy!
I love sharing my techniques & ideas. This tutorial
is a complete step-by-step guide, with 20 full-color photos,
of  how to achieve your own, unique, hand-crafted beads!
You’ll be amazed by how Glass-like they appear! They are made
using the new Pardo Professional Polymer clay.
It’s so much Fun, you won’t be able to stop at justone, it’s addicting! Make your own shimmery Faux Glass Bead bracelet, Earrings,
or maybe a simple drop pendant.
Happy Crafting:)
 3/23/11 Happy Birthday Mom!  This Tutorial is dedicated in my Mom’s memory. She taught me every craft skill imaginable…she is my Heart:)

Polymer clay: How To Make a Hollow Pod Pendant

Free Tutorial – How to Make a Polymer Clay Hollow Pod Pendant


I hope you enjoy my Polymer clay tutorial!
Please Click on *View All Images, to see the Tutorial Slide-show in the Larger version.
You can make these Pods on any size light-bulb, I used a small appliance (refrigerator) bulb for this project. Use a good quality
clay for the pod, such as: Premo, Fimo or Kato clay & follow the manufacturers directions for oven temps. This is important to insure a strong, yet flexible pod.


How to Drill Seashells for Jewelry – Check out my Slide Show!

I love to gather shells here on the beautiful West Coast of Florida. I’ve had so many requests from other crafters about how I drill my seashells for use in jewelry applications. I hope you enjoy my Slide-show Tutorial:)

Tutorial: How to Create Polymer Clay Faux Glass Beads

I just released my first Tutorial! How-to Create Polymer Clay
Faux Glass Beads. It’s available in my Etsy Shop Beadazzle Me.
I sold my first copy just an hour after listing it on Etsy!
I love sharing my techniques & ideas. This tutorial
is a complete step-by-step guide, with 20 full-color photos,
of  how to achieve your own, unique, hand-crafted beads!
You’ll be amazed by how Glass-like they appear!
It’s so much Fun, you won’t be able to stop at just
one, it’s addicting! Make your own shimmery bracelet, Earrings,
or maybe a simple drop pendant. Happy Crafting:)

Polymer Clay Bracelet

Made using my new Faux Glass Bead tutorial, with Gold & Russet beads.

Polymer Clay Millifiore Pendant

The making of a pendant

My millifiore pendant made on a Lime Green base that is layered with dichroic foils, you can see an area of green tinted foil towards the center of the pendant. Next step, adding the translucent swirly cane slices, then the largest flowers & finishing up with the tiny white blossoms. This pendant required lots of wet-sanding…but not too much! I’ve gotten so into the sanding sometimes, I’ve sanded some flowers right off the pendant!! Gosh, I hate when I do that:(