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Scrap clay.

All clayers have it, and it builds up in our studios to our despair--but what if there was a way to make it beautiful and useful with almost no effort?

This unique tutorial shows you how. With very few tools and only the scrap you have on hand, you can produce amazing pebble beads that look like natural stones--or very UNNATURAL ones, depending on the supplies you have on hand. There is even a bonus lesson on finishing your work with minimal effort.

This tutorial is shipped to you as a pdf. file upon reciept of payment; it contains 32 detailed pages of instruction lavishly illustrated with 51 full color large-size photos.

So go get scrappin'!

Note: this tutorial is suitable for intermediate to advanced clayers, as it presupposes that you will have a large quantity of scrap on hand and are familiar with the use of a pasta machine, and terms like Skinner blend, sheeting, and reduction. Beginners should at the minimum have sufficient scrap clay and basic clay skills and tools before purchasing.

But wait, there's MORE! A bonus tutorial on Faux Sea glass accompanies this download--enjoy!


If you find you have fun with this, please check out my newly published book, "Polymer Clay Gemstones, The Art of Deception", a tongue-in-cheek mystery spoof that incorporates 20 sophisticated polymer clay techniques and projects, now available on Amazon! At over 200 pages, the full scale tutorials contained within are less than $1.50 each.

Chapters include instructions on how to create:

Black Opal
Rhodochrosite
Petoskey Stone
Bog Oak
Amethyst
Tiger Claw
Faux metal settings
Favrile Glass
Blue Lace agate
Amber
Ammolite
Carnelian and many more!

Like all tutorials, this pdf.file is not refundable after shipment. Copyright 2011 Randee M Ketzel/RMKDesign, all rights reserved. Purchaser is welcome to make commercial use of any work produced using this tutorial, but please do not copy, lend, teach, forward or otherwise re-transmit the information contained herein in any form-- It's illegal and it's just wrong...You don't need that kind of bad karma. Please respect my hard work in developing and publishing this concept---thank you!

All tutorials are available as digital files which will be sent to your PayPal designated email within 24 hours of purchase; if you don't see it, check your spam folder. To open you will need Adobe reader installed on your computer which is available for free on the web--just Google Adobe reader.
You are welcome to print out the file if you desire a hard copy.Tutorials are available in English only.

I offer full online support for all my tutorials, and will be delighted to answer any questions that may arise in their execution.

Here are some comments on my recent tutorials: (if I may be so bold--I have the most awesome clients:))
Randee creates the best tutes!!!
Brilliant. All those things that every other tutorial assumes you know explained in an easy, idiot proof way. highly recommended.
This is a great tutorial, instructions are easy to follow and the finished product is awesome.
Came as soon as I paid! So easy to read and understand. An excellent tutorial.


(The pictures provided show examples of what the tutorial is designed to produce; your results will vary according to your scrap--the bracelet of course, is an example of how the finished products may be used, and instructions for its construction are NOT included).

polymer clay tutorial The Uses for Scrap Clay: Leopard skin jasper

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