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TUTORIAL Polymer Clay Openwork Pendants Original Technique, no fancy tools or materials are needed

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I can't speak English, but I have a very dear fiancé who translates and explains the whole thing to me. I wanted to have this article for 6 months and am now overjoyed to finally be able to get started. What he has already told me about it seems very simple and simple. I'm looking forward to starting after renovating my kitchen. I am also happy to be able to wear such a delicate piece of jewellery myself soon. I can also imagine that this piece of jewelry can also be used for aromatherapy by filling cotton wool into the cavity of this pearl and wetting it onto the cotton wool with 1-2 drops of aroma oil (e.B. lavender). A real feel-good article. Thank you for your idea and many more such downloads. Greetings from Tamara from Germany

Tamara Kirchberger Nov 30, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

This is one smart lady! The process is a complete surprise to me. I thought I might know how she did it. I was wrong! Great tutorial!

mleebirecki Mar 2, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

This is a GENIUS method I would never have imagined. I plan to use it for lots of things. (Gills on polymer clay mushroom caps, anyone?) The instructions are crystal clear, the photos speak a thousand words. My expectations were met and EXCEED! I'm even inspired to try this method with actual high-fire porcelain. (Different materials, of course, but I hope for similar results.)

Jeff Wincek May 4, 2021

5 out of 5 stars

Honestly, I was scared to buy this tutorial!!! The picture is so beautiful and compelling, but I had to wonder if I could really be successful with something that looks so complex. But now that I've bought it and read it through, I know that I can do it. All my doubts are gone! The many photographs are crystal clear, and the writing is excellent. Every step is covered in detail, and a troubleshooting section is included. I'm looking forward to starting! All kinds of joyous new possibilities spring to mind from this tutorial! What a fortunate find!

seyetceen Feb 9, 2016

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