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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Creating a Polymer Clay Sugar Skull Tin Tutorial


I love sugar skulls and what they stand for, cherishing the memories of our loved ones. They are especially fun to make around Halloween. I have lots of little things that my new kitty Spunky can get into so I though what about making a little tin to hold them in. Of course she did try to chew on the top of the tin but I can keep that out of her reach. LOL I show you on today's Polymer Clay TV how to add polymer clay to the top of a tin to embellish it. These make great gifts too and you can adapt to any season or occasion. 




Do you love our grab bags? Well today we have 12 that are going on sale. They have a value of over $40 but they are just $30. If you want to try and snag on here is the link for them. https://gumroad.com/l/qCcYi

We are getting ready to head out to Polymer Clay Adventure in Paradise in the outer banks of North Carolina. Next week we will have Polymer Clay TV from there. See you then!

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Making a more creative bead shape- imagination plus engineering equals polymer clay fun tutorials!


This fun bead shape shows just how versatile polymer clay can be if you carefully engineer and plan your baking. You can create beads like this using any symmetrical cutter shape.

Shape shown is from the Shields set at http://createalong.com

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Give me the sun, the moon and the stars Celestial Polymer clay wall art


This months theme for our Create Along box was celestial and since I love the theme I thought I would create something fun and easy using a bunch of the components. This polymer clay wall piece is small enough to fit anywhere and makes a great gift too! I incorporated a few techniques, image transfer, silkscreen, molding and embedding pearls.
You can find most of the products used in our shop at CreateAlong.








Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Learn to use your polymer clay tools in new ways. Create a flower brooch without a flower cutter!


Sometimes you have an idea but you don't really want to use "standard" tools to create it. In this video, I'll show you how to use a tool that wasn't actually meant to create petals and leaves, but it actually makes really beautiful flower parts! 

So if you have a bunch of cutters and other tools lying around, learn to see them for more than just the shape that they are. There are so many hidden shapes and textures all around you just waiting to be used in your polymer clay creations.

The cutters, ball stylus, and pigments used are from the shop at CreateAlong.com. 



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