Tag Archives: polymer clay cane

Patchwork Cane Ornament

This looks like a complex way to cover a glass ball ornament.  However, if you follow the steps one at a time, the geometry of covering the round surface isn’t as complicated as it looks. You can use this pattern … Continue reading

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Elegant Polymer Clay Color Scheme

For those of you working with the November issue of Cane Builder, here is an elegant color scheme right out of the package!  Just three colors of Premo clay: ecru, white, and metallic gold!

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Polymer clay fall tree cane tutorial

  Awhile back a posted a tutorial about a cherry tree cane.  This is the same idea, just with a fall tree.  I love the way mixed up clay makes beautiful bark on the tree! Also check out one of … Continue reading

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Designer’s Workshop

My all-time favorite part of working with clay is playing and designing!  Any time I sit down with a pencil and this wonderful mirror tool I can easily get lost for hours dreaming up new designs.  I took these three … Continue reading

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Miniature Blue China Tea Set in Polymer Clay

When I looked at the blue scrollwork pattern in the March 2014  issue of Cane Builder, it immediately reminded me of a china tea set!  This etsy tutorial shows you how to make tea sets from any round kaleidoscope cane, … Continue reading

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Polymer Clay Cane Mirror

I absolutely fell in love with these flower tile canes.  I decided they would be the perfect canes for a mirror I bought several months ago.  The fun part was baking the tiles first because then I could play around with … Continue reading

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Flow and Creativity

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

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