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Join us this week and learn how to fit polymer clay into flat bezels. Creative ways to make your clay fit into the spaces you want to fill, and an image transfer technique makes a perfect pendant. Find the bezels and create along with us on our Kits page!
Vintaj Patina was also used, you can find it here:
Watch Ilysa create a beautiful bracelet with a wood grain look on a bezel blank bracelet cuff. Products we used are linked below, and don’t forget- you can get all the bezels we are using this month, plus a gorgeous downloadable sheet of images to use in your bezels if you like, in this month’s KIT!
Watch as Ilysa demonstrates how easy it is to make little flowers using Kemper cutters. These even have designs on them from using Magic Transfer Paper to create the images. There are so many possibilities to using these cutters they are always in our tool box. You can find a variety of shapes and sizes and they last forever.
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Check it out, it’s well over 2,000 views on Etsy.com now. Some really pretty wings in here. Click the photo to see the Treasury!
I love to create with polymer clay and use whatever supplies I have on hand. I have had this handmade paper with holes in it from Jolees Boutique for awhile but then inspiration hit me and I decided to make a canvas incorporating it into my design. I love the way you can see through it to what is underneath. I also incorporated one of our brand new Resin Adornment birds, some washi tape and a few other supplies. I walk you through how I made the entire canvas on the video. Don’t forget to subscribe so you don’t miss anything!
We have a new video out today and they feature Elmers Paint Pens, polymer clay and our brand spankin new resin adornments. These are handmade buy us and are an exclusive product of Polymer Clay TV, the first piece in the line is an ornamental detailed bird. You will find many ways to use these in your artwork and Kira starts off showing you a super fun and easy project to get you started. Enjoy the video and don’t forget to subscribe there will be a new tutorial next week!
Interested in the resin birds you can find them HERE.
After over 25 years of creating with polymer clay I have learned so much about the medium and what works and what doesn’t and what I haven’t experimented with Kira has and visa versa. We decided that we want to put our knowledge into a series of tutorial Ebooks to share with everyone so you can also enjoy polymer clay and mixed media as much as we do. We have spent countless hours discovering new techniques and new ways to use products and we are still learning too! We will continue to bring you new discoveries and new Ebooks so make sure to subscribe to our You Tube channel for all the updates and going on and come on over to our community for the latest.
Our latest in our Ultimate Guide Series is on polymer clay and mixed media stenciling. I love to stencil and add layers for that dimensional look. You can always come up with something different and unique by adding layers and such. You won’t want to miss this one, its 55 pages long and has 7 bonus video tutorials in it and lots of photos too. You can find all of our Ebooks and our print book too at this link. http://polymerclayproductions.com/our-new-book/
It is also available on Amazon Kindle so you can download it on your mobile devices. There will be more Ebooks on the way so stay tuned and enjoy!
The Polymer Clay Ultimate Guide: 202 Polymer Clay Tips and Tricks to Make Working with Polymer Clay Easier
This is the 2nd in the Ultimate Guide E Book series and its jam packed with polymer clay tips and tricks, in fact there are 202 of them. Kira and I have both been working with polymer clay for over 20 years, I started in 1989. When I started there weren’t even ANY polymer clay books on the market. I know that is hard to believe but its true. Shortly after the very first book came on the market it was called The New Clay and it changed my life to see all of the different things being made with the clay. At the time I started I was living in NYC and only knew a couple of people that worked with the clay that were putting themselves out there. Some are still around now and I have admired their work from the start. Boy has polymer clay evolved and I am happy to say I have been a part of it. I have NEVER been bored with the clay and am still learning over 25 years later. Its a clay of infinite possibilities, in fact back in 1995 I owned an art gallery I called Infinite Possibilities and now that I have moved on to my own studio I have also decided to call my studio Infinite Possibilities. I got the name from a lyric in a song by Tracy Chapman, she said something to this effect. We are living in a world of infinite possibilities so always keep dreaming!
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