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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

How to create a copper patina with polymer clay and matte pigment powders


Polymer Clay Tutorial: how to use matte powders to create a faux copper look! This pigment set is called Copper Patina and can be found in the shop at CreateAlong.com.

There are so many beautiful colors that come out in aged copper. This video includes info on how to use Liquid Sculpey Clear and Premo clay with texturing discs to create a pendant.



Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Having fun with the CreateAlong Fleur de lis collection of polymer clay tools



Have fun with the Fleur de lis collection. The overall silkscreen makes a great embellishment for boxes, journals and more. Add some Magic Transfers and the sky is the limit!






Wednesday, January 17, 2018

How to make calorie-free faux chocolate from polymer clay!


In this polymer clay tutorial, you'll learn an easy and fun way to create and decorate faux chocolates! It's the perfect time of year- this is a calorie-free Valentine gift!

The CreateAlongBox this month is themed "Love and Lace" so this project was inspired by that. The cutters shown are available in the shop (and the box will have NEW tools not shown in this video :)

What's the CreateAlongBox? It's a monthly box of goodies- check it out here. 


Wednesday, January 10, 2018

How to use templates stencils and cutters for a snakeskin look


I love to experiment and play with different things together and this was one of those days where I started with a different idea but it turned into something cool anyway. Kira and I think this looks a lot like snakeskin but can also have a tribal look to it or an elegant one too! It all depends on how you put something together. Left alone without the mod lantern design on it it has a different feel but when I added the cutout from the mod lantern cutter it made it look tribal. So just changing something a little you get a whole new look. Experiment and have fun that's what it's all about. 



Find products I used:
Arabesque cutters:
Click HERE

Cracked Onyx pigment
Click HERE

Stencil Geo Diamond patter:
Click HERE

Triangle Template
Click HERE



Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Tips and Tricks for signing your polymer clay artwork and jewelry with a signature stamp


We just released new custom signature stamps that create a crisp, raised image of your name, logo, or handwriting. Here are a few tips and tricks for how to sign your name to your clay art. The best tip- it takes a little practice!

Order your's here!


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