Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Polymer Clay Journal Cover Cherry Blossoms

I love the look of delicate cherry blossoms. I am not a girly girl but something about these flowers always brings a smile to my face. They are often associated with Oriental art too. I was inspired to create some journal covers after finding some inexpensive Moleskin journals that were a little plain for my taste. I knew they would look better embellished with polymer clay of course! So come create along with me as I make a cherry blossom polymer clay journal cover featuring a silkscreen stencil, cane work, molding and more! Don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss a thing. You can find the supplies in our shop at

Silkscreen stencil: SHOP
Cherry Blossom Mold: SHOP

As you see I created 2 different versions and colors so you can customize it to your liking. I decided to just add a wisp of acrylic paint to the petals of the flowers with a small tipped paint brush for a finishing touch. I baked them and when they came out of the oven I laid them flat and made sure they stayed that way while they cooled.You can put a heavy book or something on top of them while they cool if you want. It was a fun project and now I have 2 journal covers for my journals. Gotta get writing!

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Cherry Blossom Silkscreen and Glass Glitter Clay pendants

In this episode of my video series Creatively Crafty, I am sharing how to make a mixed-media cherry blossom pendant using custom colored Makin's Clay® and a fantastic silkscreen from

Silkscreens are quickly become one of my favorite ways to add pattern to Makin's Clay®!


Makin's Clay® - White
Makin's® Clay Roller
Makin's Professional® Clay Tools
Makin's® Cutting Mat
Makin's® Crinkle Clay Cutters - oval, rectangle Cherry Blossoms Silkscreen
DecoArt® Americana® Multi-Surface Satin™ - Coffee Bean, Pink Tropics
JudiKins™ Diamond Glaze™
Chunky Pink Glass Glitter
Sakura Gold Paint Marker
Gold chain, closure
Jewelry pliers, ziplock bag

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

How to make a chunky feather cuff bracelet mica shift with polymer clay

Today's tutorial features a totally simple quick way to use mica shift techniques. You don't have to get fussy with mica shift, and when you use the same stamp to create both the flat mica shift areas AND highly textured areas, you get a really nice coordinating design.

Kira used the Feather Your Nest rubber stamp, Peacock Feather silkscreen, Blowing in the Wind feather mold, and a bracelet blank to create this project. You can get the stamp, screen, and mold in our Feather Your Nest tool collection, or get them separately.


Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Polymer Clay Dreamcatcher Hanging Tutorial

I love dreamcatchers and wanted to make my own version using polymer clay as an accent. I created feathers from polymer clay and embellished my dreamcatcher with them. This was a fun and easy project and I will definitely be creating some for gifts. have fun creating!

I used some things from the Feather Your Nest collection too. There are so many things you can do with this idea, the sky is the limit!

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