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Hiacinth Polymer clay tutorial

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This tutorial is for people who want to learn how to create polymer clay flowers. It is a step by step tutorial that shows how to make polymer clay Hyacinth.
It was my goal to make my tutorials as easy and accessible as possible even for people who doesn't have any expensive tools that I currently own after a long time of crafting, because I remember very well the times when I was a beginner myself.
I will explain everything from the beginning:
• What simple instruments you can find at home to work with polymer clay. In my tutorials I use very simple tools that most of you have. I do it on purpose, because there are many people who want to learn advanced techniques but can't afford to buy expensive tools.
• How it differ to make flower from air dry clay and Fimo clay.
• How to make flowers.
• How to build the branch.
• How to make leaves and stem.
All steps are accompanied with pictures and even without reading you can understand how to make it!
Materials:
• White, red, green polymer clay.
• Flower Wrapping Green Tape.
• Green, yellow, crimson red oil paint.
• Wire (thin and thick)
Tools:
• Metal stick (knitting needle)
• Scissors
• Paper knife
• Brushes ( small and bigger)



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*This tutorial is for personal use only. Do not lend it to others, share in forums, mass produce this design to sell, or use it to teach a class. Do not copy text, pictures, or any other resources from this tutorial.
This tutorial is for people who want to learn how to create polymer clay flowers. It is a step by step tutorial that shows how to make polymer clay Hyacinth.
It was my goal to make my tutorials as easy and accessible as possible even for people who doesn't have any expensive tools that I currently own after a long time of crafting, because I remember very well the times when I was a beginner myself.
I will explain everything from the beginning:
• What simple instruments you can find at home to work with polymer clay. In my tutorials I use very simple tools that most of you have. I do it on purpose, because there are many people who want to learn advanced techniques but can't afford to buy expensive tools.
• How it differ to make flower from air dry clay and Fimo clay.
• How to make flowers.
• How to build the branch.
• How to make leaves and stem.
All steps are accompanied with pictures and even without reading you can understand how to make it!
Materials:
• White, red, green polymer clay.
• Flower Wrapping Green Tape.
• Green, yellow, crimson red oil paint.
• Wire (thin and thick)
Tools:
• Metal stick (knitting needle)
• Scissors
• Paper knife
• Brushes ( small and bigger)



You will need Adobe Reader to view the files.
If you don't have Adobe Reader, just download and install it for free from this link:
get.adobe.com/reader/
If you have waited past 24 hours and you have not received the tutorial, please check your e-mail's junk and spam folder, and if it's not there, please contact me instant and I'll resend it again.
*This tutorial is for personal use only. Do not lend it to others, share in forums, mass produce this design to sell, or use it to teach a class. Do not copy text, pictures, or any other resources from this tutorial.

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