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A quick, easy and well tested polymer clay tutorial.
Learn a new technique for making polymer clay beads that are both hollow and light weight.
AN INSTANT DOWNLOAD tutorial by Hollowlogy.

Did you ever want to create really big beads without worrying they'll end up being very heavy?
Did you try making hollow beads but wished there was an easier way?
If your answer is yes, keep on reading...

In this tutorial I'm letting you into my secret of how I make MY hollow beads.‎
Get yourself a copy of this tutorial and say goodbye to hard work...

No special tools or materials are needed!

HERE IS SOME FEEDBACK I GOT ON MY TUTORIAL:

"Oh, my goodness, Orly; I can't *believe* the secret! I just found it out! I'm speechless! It's just too brilliant! I'm gonna go read some more! You're a genius!
Thanks very much! I can't wait to find out more!"
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"Very clever idea, very well presented. A must-have for all serious clayers."
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"fabulous - I wouldn't have thought this possible - a- mazing ".
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"Just received your tutorial. It looks like a simple trick, which I would have never thought of.
Very satisfied with my purchase. Can't wait to try it."
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"I´v made hollow lentil beads before (with light bulbs and then gluing together the two ‎halves), and have covered cotton wool beads and all sorts of material to make the beads ‎lighter‏.‏
I´v been ‎looking for just this sort of tutorial for some time.
So I'm quite thrilled and can't wait to try it ‎out‏.‏"
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I love, love, love this tutorial.
It is written in clear steps with pictures to help with every step.
I have never seen anything like this and it is fun and easy.
My second bead was a success and it was so much fun.
I had problems with my computer and Orly helped me until I could open it.
I am very pleased with my purchase and am very comfortable with shopping at Etsy and Orly again.
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Your tutorial is great!!!!
Smart woman figuring out this technique.
I have been making my beads using some other technique, but now I have another option!"
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"A very clear & original Tutorial!
Bright explanations, step by step, with clear pictures -
I had lots of fun creating those Hollow Beads!
Thank you Orly!"
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The idea of creating hollow polymer clay beads kept me awake at nights for a long while...
I was looking for a new way of making them because the existing methods didn't quite work for me.

For a while I was unsuccessfully covering grapes and cherry tomatoes with clay trying to geometrically figure out the surface area of a ball.... After much experimentation I'm happy to present you with my new tutorial.

This polymer clay tutorial will teach you the basics of creating hollow polymer clay beads in a new and innovative way.
A world of possibilities will open up to you after finding out how easy it is to make hollow beads.

In the tutorial I teach you my technique. I do suggest one possible finishing option for the beads (as seen in the pictures), but once you have mastered my method you will be able to finish your beads in many different ways you are already familiar with and like.

While there are some other tutorials demoing this idea, doing it my way, you will end up with completely round and seamless beads using no material other than polymer clay in the process.

The beads you see in the pictures are created in "one go" - only one baking.
(The only stage done after baking is adding the wash of color in the suggested finish).
There is no use of a temporary armature, light weight bead inside, a solvent filler, baking two halves of the bead separately and gluing or using a light weight clay of any kind.

You will NOT be needing any special tools or materials other than the ones you already use for your other polymer clay projects.

You will be downloading a PDF file with 70 clear photos and 25 pages to guide you.
The tutorial also includes an explanation on size variation and shape variations for your beads.

The link to the down-loadable file will be emailed to you by Etsy once your payment is completed.

Please Note :
This tutorial is for personal use only.
My technique is copyright protected and cannot be resold or redistributed in any way.
Any attempt to resell this version or variations on this tutorial is strictly forbidden.
You may not teach this technique to others.
You may however sell beads you have created following this tutorial.

The technique demonstrated in this tutorial was developed by me and has not been taken from any book, other tutorial or Internet site.

This tutorial is for intermediate polymer clayers, with some knowledge and experience of conditioning, working with and baking polymer clay.

*THIS IS A NON-REFUNDABLE ITEM

I invite you to join the fun now,
Thanks for reading,
Orly
Orly Fuchs Galchen

Polymer Clay Tutorial Learn How To Make Hollow Polymer Clay Beads Using Polymer Clay ONLY instant download Digital PDF file by Hollowlogy

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