Announcement Detailed step-by-step tutorials for many unique polymer clay projects and techniques. Home of Faux Cloisonne and Openwork in polymer clay.
Detailed step-by-step tutorials for many unique polymer clay projects and techniques. Home of Faux Cloisonne and Openwork in polymer clay.
Marina Melgara on Oct 11, 2016
Molto bello, spiegato bene e passo dopo passo.
Wow, how awesome are these? Very creative lady! Can't wait to try this tutorial. Lots of photos and clear instructions.
Such a professional looking bracelet! Clear instructions and photos. Wow, what a creative lady!
Lots of photos. I think I will be able to do this. Thanks for all of your hard work figuring this out for us!
Melissa Kovack on Oct 3, 2016
I have yet to set aside time to try this out, but the instructions and photos are very thorough and easy to follow. There are a few supplies that I do not have, but can easily acquire them. While it looks like it will take some time and patience, I look forward to trying this very soon.
Polymer Clay - Material that Can do Anything
I fell in love with polymer clay more than 15 years ago.
This material is absolutely amazing because it can be made to look like glass, metal, wood... you name it! Not to mention, it has many of its own unique looks.
The number of techniques for this relatively new artistic medium keeps growing. In fact, I myself love experimenting and finding the new ways it can be used.
Being a scientist by education, I work in a field that requires strict adherance to a procedure, with no steps aside allowed. That is why playing with polymer clay is such a wonderful creative outlet for me. I love sharing my findings in step-by-step tutorials and "how to" articles.
The pictures in my profile show my studio, in which a photocube plays the main role.
You do not need a lot of tools to work with polymer clay. An oven, a pasta machine, and a few basic tools (most of which are shown here in my pictures) - are all you need.
I also show here a few shots from my various tutorials and examples of magazines and books in which my work and articles have been published.
Owner, Designer, Maker, Photographer, Instructor
Scientist by day - artist by night.
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