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Zentangle 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

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Polymer Clay Nativity Set

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

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Canework Miniatures

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!

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Polymer Clay Moonrise Landscape Cane

If you like this tutorial, come see what’s happening this month at Cane Builder. Here are the steps to making a moonrise landscape cane. I like it because of the way the craters on the moon are made. Start with … Continue reading

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Contrast in Polymer Clay Color Blends

Here is my latest contribution to color blend experiments. Sometimes you will need a blend with a lot of contrast. Sometimes you will want a very small change in color. For the most contrast in a color blend, use even … Continue reading

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Boho Festival Jewelry in Polymer Clay

Unfortunately I’m fairly clueless when it comes to making my own jewelry. However, I love to upcycle thrift shop finds by embellishing them with polymer clay. (See these dangly earrings from a previous post.) Remember, some plastics will react in … Continue reading

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Polymer Clay Zendoodle Snail

Cane covered animals can be so beautiful! The trick is to find ways to cover the curves and contours.  In the past I’ve written up free tutorials for a fish, lizard, or seahorse. This snail is made with canes from … Continue reading

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