A clear step by tutorial showing how to make a polymer clay rose cane. This tutorial begins be detailing how to make a skinner blend so that your rose petals will fade out to white helping to give the impression of the light catching the uppermost parts of the flower whilst the rest remains in shadow.
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.
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.
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.
A spring themed polymer clay tutorial using translucent clay and tinting it with alcohol inks to make a floral necklace.
I think the title of this pretty much sums up what this post is about! Etsy told us (how these folk know I don't know) that burnt orange was going to be popular this summer so it would be a little silly not to make a few bits of jewellery in this seasons colours. I... Continue Reading →
I made these some time ago but never got around to blogging them (mainly because I'm pretty rubbish at blogging at the moment!) My aim was to give the impression of a delicate lace pattern but in polymer clay. I figured that using black for the 'lace' and translucent to support the pattern was the... Continue Reading →
It seems five minutes since I was blogging about my Christmas decorations and now here we are, nearly half way though January and life has returned back to normal. I think part of the reason that the whole time passed so quickly was because I knew that just after Christmas my leopard print jewellery was... 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 →