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Who doesn't love fossil limestone? This creamy natural material filled with traces of primeval seas--what if you could create that look for some smashing accessories from lightweight and easy to work polymer clay? With this tutorial, it's a breeze.

You need just four commonly available colors of polymer clay and a few simple tools--most likely items you have around the house already. The technique is fun and freeform and easy enough for a beginner, though experience with polymer clay basics like conditioning is certainly helpful.

Included in the 22-page, eight step tutorial are 56 full color detailed illustrations that guide you easily through the process, with bonus discussions on piercing, antiquing and clay mixing/curing.

So let's get back to the Jurassic, and rock your world!

Please note: This is a technique-based tutorial; The items pictured are for illustration purposes only, though basic instructions for their manufacture are included--the user determines what they wish to make. Make something beautiful.

This pdf.format file will be emailed to your PayPal designated address within 24 hours of payment-you will need adobe acrobat to open it, and you may download the program free anywhere on the web

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

Here are some comments on my tutorials...

These are beyond gorgeous! The tutorial is well written and very easy to follow. I can't wait to start making these! Thank you also for the spiral tutorial...I honestly would have NEVER guessed something that unique to be that simple! Awesome!!

Great tutorial, great communication First class!
This is such a great tut and it includes lots of really useful hints and tips. I made a credible first attempt and am looking forward to trying some variations of my own soon.

I think this is a truly inspirational and most interesting tutorial. Clear instructions and marvellous photos. Very, very happy with this purchase from such a lovely lady. A+++

Thank you, dear Randee for this wonderful tutorial, it's clear written with a lot of detailed photos, I can only recommend this seller, Randee is not only a lovely "clady" but a very talented artist and instructor, too

You are welcome to print out the file if you desire a hard copy.Tutorials are available in English only, and are not refundable once downloaded. Like all electronic files, tutorials are copyright protected; 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!

Polymer Clay Tutorial---Limestone Fossils


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