Tag Archives: DIY
I like to say “my favorite technique is the one I haven’t discovered yet”. This past weekend was a eureka moment for me when I stumbled upon a new canework technique. If it’s been done like this before, for this … Continue reading
Canework is perfect for making nesting boxes! I love the way the pattern reduces down to the tiniest box! I’ve wanted to make nesting boxes for years, but if I covered pre-made boxes, then they didn’t fit together anymore. One … Continue reading
When I cover glass with cane slices, the inside of the glass looks perfect and beautiful. Getting the outside to be even and smooth takes a little more work. Since I love surprises, I thought about how cool it would … Continue reading
Swirl up the colors, roll them into a log, and then fold them in half. Repeat this process until there are streaks of color running through the clay. Sunflowers tend to have a lot of petals and a large center. … Continue reading
For this wine glass, I place the clay right onto the glass. I tried to interlace the clay so that even if a little part detaches from the glass, it will all stay held together. Place … Continue reading
I’m planning to have my elementary students decorate turtle boxes! I think I’ll do the first few steps for them ahead of time so they can spend the whole class time decorating their turtles. I haven’t decided weather or not … Continue reading
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