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Polymer clay tutorial - Hollow-flower-beads - English

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This tutorial contains two PDF files with four different work instructions.

With their help, you can learn how to produce not only "hollow-flower-beads", as I call hollow beads in the shape of a flower or a flower bud, but you can also find here instructions for two types of bead caps. And because working instructions on the paper or on your computer cannot fully replace the actual course where you get a chance to touch the real thing and view it from all sides I have decided to compensate this disadventage to you at least a little bit by adding the bonus tutorial for complementary beads (see photo below) which I do not teach at the courses.

You will also find here lots of finishing ideas and few tips for stringing material.

Tutorial contents:
2 PDF files + 1 link for doc. file
4 instructions
A list of used tools and materials
28 pages in good resolution
103 step-by-step photos
More than 20 other inspirational photos

This tutorial and its instructions are intended solely for the personal use of the buyer. Any crafted items that you create using this project instructions may be offered for sale but you may not reproduce the project instructions for use by others, offer them for sale or free download. You may not use the project instructions to teach your own class or workshop.
Thank you for respecting copyright.

© 2017 Ivana Brožová • www.ivabro.com
This tutorial contains two PDF files with four different work instructions.

With their help, you can learn how to produce not only "hollow-flower-beads", as I call hollow beads in the shape of a flower or a flower bud, but you can also find here instructions for two types of bead caps. And because working instructions on the paper or on your computer cannot fully replace the actual course where you get a chance to touch the real thing and view it from all sides I have decided to compensate this disadventage to you at least a little bit by adding the bonus tutorial for complementary beads (see photo below) which I do not teach at the courses.

You will also find here lots of finishing ideas and few tips for stringing material.

Tutorial contents:
2 PDF files + 1 link for doc. file
4 instructions
A list of used tools and materials
28 pages in good resolution
103 step-by-step photos
More than 20 other inspirational photos

This tutorial and its instructions are intended solely for the personal use of the buyer. Any crafted items that you create using this project instructions may be offered for sale but you may not reproduce the project instructions for use by others, offer them for sale or free download. You may not use the project instructions to teach your own class or workshop.
Thank you for respecting copyright.

© 2017 Ivana Brožová • www.ivabro.com

Reviews

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(2)
Reviewed by Joan
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 15, 2018
I have fallen in love with your beautiful work. An excellent and easy to follow tutorial. Many thanks for sharing.
Polymer clay tutorial - Hollow-flower-beads - English

Reviewed by Jeanne
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 17, 2017
Easy to follow, usable technique.
Polymer clay tutorial - Jellyfish flower pendant - English

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