If you can’t find the image you saw on Pinterest or another link, it may have moved to my etsy shop! This month’s issue requires some skill with reducing canes. However, it is my current absolute favorite go-to for fancy mandalas that look complicated but start quite simple. (Last month’s issue with water lilies, lily pads, dandelion clocks and nature tile patterns is still being sent out. Two for one!)
These constantly emerging, innovative canework techniques have been featured on the most prominent international polymer clay sites. Now they will be shared exclusively with Cane Builder subscribers before they are available anywhere else! To see a glimpse the canes in past issues, click here. Not all issues will be made available through etsy. This is the subscribe button. I could only find one that said “donate”. Only $5 per month! Contact me with any questions. Let me know if you prefer to pay with check, or money order. You have the ability to cancel from your own personal paypal account at any time. If you have any problems at all please e-mail me at email@example.com. I always send and re-send any missing tutorials, but I have no way to know if you do not receive your tutorials unless you contact me. All new subscribers will receive the Marbled Cane tutorial as a bonus. This tutorial is not available elsewhere. If you are wondering what people do with canes, check out my pinterest boards for Cane Projects and Cane Jewelry
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