Cindi McGee shares a tutorial for creating a Bohemian style flower polymer clay veneer with lots of dimension and layers. Cindi shows you how to create this veneer using silkscreens, molds, cutters, and other mixed-media elements. It's our YEAR OF VENEER on Polymer Clay TV! Which one will be YOUR favorite!?!
The silkscreens and cutters are from right here at CreateAlong.
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Cindi shares a simple technique to create beautifully colored veneers. You can find the Flexie stencil and other CreateAlong products Cindi uses in this tutorial here.
Cindi plans to create a pendant with her finished piece, but this would also be a great technique to try on a polymer trading coin. We'd love to see your projects made using this technique on our Create Along Polymer Clay Tribe Facebook Page! Join the fun!
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Today we share a creative mixture of projects made by artist Klio Tsaliki using a variety of items from the Music Soothes the Soul Create Along Box!
Tin box covered with polymer clay and painted with the beautiful DecoArt metallic paint. Texture was made with several tools, among them the sculpting tools included in the Create Along Box.
The top part is made using my napkin technique and is decorated with small glass rhinestones and sealed with 2part epoxy resin.
Bottom side is made using extruded clay and is painted also with the same DecoArt blue metallic paint.
Several double sided jewelry pieces. I used the silk screen and the transfer paper as well, each one for the corresponding side.
I like the “old” look of the white part; in fact it was never white; I used a mix of white and beie to create this “old” look.
Double sided earrings made of black clay and using the silk screen and the stamp for the corresponding sides. Both sides are music themed, one with the texture and one just silkscreened.
Resin jewelry set. Some joyful notes are floating inside the shapes.
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Photo courtesy of Janell Sparks