Chances are, if you make polymer clay earrings, the question 'what is the best way to add earring posts to my polymer clay earrings?' will have crossed your mind. It did mine when I began making polymer clay jewellery. Glue just never holds those stud backs securely. This post shows the most secure way to add earring studs to polymer clay earrings.
Go big and bold with this easy polymer clay slab tutorial. The beginner friendly techniques make this suitable for all and whilst I have used eye catching yellow, magenta and turquoise the clay slab can be easily customised by altering the colours.
A little look into the inspiration and techniques use to make my semi precious bead and polymer clay contemporary jewellery collection. Full of photos with hints and tips along the way.
Get fruity with this fun and easy strawberry polymer clay slab. I simplify how to shape the fruit and add detail and texture to make this a great beginner friendly tutorial.
A short, sweet and really simple tutorial showing how to use your polymer clay extruder to make a heart cane. This tutorial is perfect for beginners but will also give those more experienced with polymer clay an easy cane to use in multiple ways. I have used my clay extruder as this is the easiest way to produce evenly shaped pieces and speeds up the process but the shapes needed could easily be formed by hand.
Get festive with this easy tutorial showing how, step by step, to make a cute polymer clay reindeer slab with gold leaf for added Christmas sparkle. Use for earrings and more.
Learn how to add extra sparkle to your handmade polymer clay Christmas decorations by using hot fix crystals and liquid polymer clay.
Get into the spooky season with this easy Halloween inspired Ghost polymer clay slab tutorial. Use it to make yourself so cute ghost jewelry to celebrate in style.
Imagine if you could make your own faceted stones to coordinate with all your polymer clay projects. In this free tutorial I show step by step how to use a silicone mould to make imitation semi-precious stones with translucent clay, liquid clay and alcohol inks. This all comes together into a fabulous brooch.