Author Archives: polymerclayworkshop
See the full free tutorial video at https://www.patreon.com/polymerclayworkshop Premo brand: Ultramarine, Turquoise, White. The gold blend recipe can be found here. If you are using your phone, make sure to swipe through so that you can see all 12 pictures! … Continue reading
From this tutorial https://www.etsy.com/listing/569706724/polymer-clay-pansy-hibiscus-and-water I’ve always been a wallflower. Waiting to be seen. Waiting to be told that I am worthy of honor. My joys have been secret joys. Dancing in wildflowers, nostalgia, beautiful china tea cups and tea parties, fairies. … Continue reading
When Shea sent me this picture of faux stained glass, it was love at first sight! I begged her to write a tutorial and we agreed to offer it through my etsy shop. Here is the tutorial. https://www.etsy.com/listing/511149425/polymer-clay-faux-stained-glass-tutorial One of my … Continue reading
To continue with my experiments with canework animals I decided to try this month’s cane with this fish tutorial. This post might also be helpful for those of you who want to try this crazy color scheme in premo brand … Continue reading
I’ve always admired the way some polymer artists are able to cover animals. You can see some of them, and other project tutorials of mine on this pinboard. I honestly don’t know how some artists do such an amazing job … Continue reading
I used this tutorial to make Christmas ornaments! Here are some pictures of the process. I used this color scheme.
I published this tutorial in dark red and white, but I thought I show what it looks like with other colors. These are premo colors. The dark greenish blue is 10 parts ultramarine : 1 part wasabi the light mint … Continue reading
Canework makes absolutely beautiful fabric! Have you ever seen this miniature clay fabric store? It was the inspiration for so much that I do with canes. I made this beginner tutorial to show how to make beginner canes and use them … Continue reading
These jewel canes lend themselves to lots of fun projects! Here are some more examples of miniatures that can be decorated with polymer clay canes. You are also invited to come see what’s happening at Cane Builder this month!