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Stamping on Polymer Clay with Deco Disc Demo and Double Side Beads

Posted by Kira Slye on

We have a great way to stamp both sides of a bead or pendant at the same time so there is no distortion.

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Making a more creative bead shape- imagination plus engineering equals polymer clay fun tutorials!

Posted by Bee Keeting on

This fun bead shape shows just how versatile polymer clay can be if you carefully engineer and plan your baking. You can create beads like this using any symmetrical cutter shape.Shape shown is from the Shields set at http://createalong.com

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Learn to use your polymer clay tools in new ways. Create a flower brooch without a flower cutter!

Posted by Bee Keeting on

Sometimes you have an idea but you don't really want to use "standard" tools to create it. In this video, I'll show you how to use a tool that wasn't actually meant to create petals and leaves, but it actually makes really beautiful flower parts!  So if you have a bunch of cutters and other tools lying around, learn to see them for more than just the shape that they are. There are so many hidden shapes and textures all around you just waiting to be used in your polymer clay creations. The cutters, ball stylus, and pigments used are...

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Create a Translucent Cane with ink and make a flower pen with polymer clay

Posted by Bee Keeting on

Flower Pen polymer Clay tutorial including how to create a cane by coloring clay with alcohol ink and making a Skinner blend. Then how to tell if your pen base is bake-able, and a fun idea to try if it isn't! Don't forget- everything is on sale at www.CreateAlong.com with coupon code AUGUSTFUN you'll get 27% off through Saturday the 2nd. Join us on Facebook in Polymer Clay Tribe, and don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to our videos and never miss a thing!

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How to polymer clay tutorial attach to wood and make an ornament, magnet, or pendant

Posted by Bee Keeting on

In this project you can learn how to attach polymer clay to a piece of wood and embellish it so you can create an ornament or magnet. You could even adapt this technique to jewelry to create pendants and earrings.Supplies used:Folk Art Color Shift PaintWord art: Here's the Silkscreen I usedPremo Turquoise polymer claySculpey Liquid Clay goldSlice of wood from Hobby Lobby (oval)2 eye screwssmall piece of sari ribbonabout 4 inches of crystal cup chainPaintbrushes

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