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Frosty Color Skinner Blend

Here are two experiments I’ve tried to make an icy blend.  I used these for the snowflake cane in the January 2015 issue of Cane Builder. First I just used Premo brand ultramarine and white.  This made the lower set … Continue reading

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Polymer Clay Copper Color Skinner Blend

This is very similar to the “honey color” or gold blend that I posted earlier.  This blend is used in the January 2015 issue of Cane Builder. Premo brand: Raw Umber, Burnt Sienna, Orange, White

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Polymer Clay Butterfly Ornaments

I’ve been experimenting with ways to cover glass ball ornaments.  This first ornament was covered with a solid color clay.  Then it was decorated with backgroundless canes from the October 2014 issue of Cane Builder.  Here is a video on … Continue reading

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Polymer Clay Fall Wine Glass

Here are some wine glasses I made today from the canes in this issue of Cane Builder. I didn’t put any bond or adhesive on these glasses.  The glass needs to be clean.  Press the cane slices on very firmly.  … Continue reading

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Glowing Color Blends for Polymer Clay

Here are some color blend experiments with alizarin crimson,  premo brand, polymer clay. Here I’ve introduced blush. and here I have added sunshine. This one one of several blends I made from my Marbled Cane tutorial.  It is the bonus … Continue reading

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Polymer clay honey color blend

I’ve been experimenting with new ways to make glowing color blends.  This blend was inspired by light glowing through the honey jar.  This is premo clay. Colors right out of the package: Burnt Umber, Raw Sienna, Orange, Cadmium Yellow, White … Continue reading

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Polymer Clay Rose and Morning Glory Cane with no Backgound

Backgroundless canes allow for many possibilities.  Believe it or not, they can be imbedded right into the clay and even sanded.  If you look very carefully you may see where I sanded a little too much, but for the most … Continue reading

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