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Pantone Color of the Year, Living Coral, in Polymer Clay

Here is my recipe for the Pantone color of the year for 2019. It’s called living coral. The pictures turned out a little darker and redder than the actual clay. You could use more white or orange if you choose. … Continue reading

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Glowing Polymer Clay Water Lily

My friend Andy is a fisherman. He had these tiny little glow sticks that you can buy online for fishing poles. He asked if we could find a way to use them in a clay creation. This is what we … Continue reading

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Polymer Clay Tranlucent Lace Canes

Here are some fun ways to layer canes. These are translucent and solid color canes. Pansy cane tutorial, Daisy cane tutorial, Butterfly tutorial (hidden in the lampwork tute) I tried these canes on forms to make hollow beads! Here is the … Continue reading

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Polymer clay flower pendants

A subscriber, Peggy Rose, sent me some beautiful pictures. Many of you send me pictures and I am very grateful. Here is the tutorial https://www.etsy.com/listing/648780358/polymer-clay-glass-like-murrine

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Relational Growth For Enneagram Type 4

Since all of you who read my blog are artists, and since so many artists are Type 4 on the Enneagram, I thought I’d share some of the personal things I’ve been learning. It’s your job to bring your creative … Continue reading

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Polymer Clay Daffodil Murrine Canes

This back issue of Cane Builder has several flowers. The technique itself has countless possibilities. I don’t think I’ve ever seen polymer clay canes used like this before. When I realized what could be done, I was dreaming in possibilities … Continue reading

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Polymer Clay Star and Cross Pattern Egg

This cane is from this month’s Cane Builder, but it could be done with any square cane. I just found out this can be done with plastic eggs as well! Whatever you do, be sure to poke a small pinhole … Continue reading

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