A cute and summery bead weaving tutorial showing how to make brick stitch ice cream cone earrings complete with waffle cone, melting ice cream and chocolate chips. Yummy! This free brick stitch tutorial has an accompanying pdf pattern.
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 free bead weaving tutorial showing how to take a basic peyote stitch triangle and turn it into a bold statement necklace. Complete with instructions on how to make a two strand twisted rope necklace to finish your peyote triangle necklace.
Learn to make polymer clay bargello with this simple step by step tutorial. Create unique jewellery from left over scrap clay.
So, being the super savvy Etsy seller that I am (read - I am totally not super savvy or particularly fashion forward!) I looked up what is on trend for Autumn. The answer was, amongst other things, most definitely animal print. I thought it would be fun to try my hand at a leopard print... Continue Reading →
At the start of the summer I decided that I wanted to make some simple beaded, polymer clay necklaces. These were supposed to be quick and easy beads to make fun, everyday necklaces. I chose my colours of clay and made into little balls. I decided to hand emboss little patterns onto them which would... Continue Reading →
Whilst I was preparing for the craft fair in June I sat looking at my clay and paired up a deep purple and summery turquoise. I decided they would look lovely, together, as feathers. I now realise in hindsight that the colour combination wasn't pure fluke as my daughters waterproof coat is turquoise with a... Continue Reading →
Hello and hello to all my new followers in my chocolate filled absence. The kids went back to school yesterday after their Easter holiday and, as always happens, I can't seem to look after them and blog! I have spent a lot of time over the last year of so feeling quite frustrated with my... Continue Reading →
Towards the end of last year my Dad asked if I would like a craft magazine subscription for my birthday. A present that drops through my door once a month - yes please! I chose a magazine called Bead and Jewellery and my first issue arrived at the start of February. A few days later... Continue Reading →