Josie, the blogger who shared this tutorial, offers these as religious Easter eggs but I think they’re perfect for anyone. And, as she mentioned, they’d make great word pebbles.
Josie uses air dry clay for the project and makes …
This week’s finds, while mostly beads, are actually about the colour. MandarinMoon always has fabulous colours. The silhouette has a great play between the warm and the cool blocks. The faux metals in the tiles beads are so rich and …
Like the great food minis from yesterday here’s Bethany’s fabulous cake for her daughter. The sweet tablecloth is fondant but the super cute tea party decorations are clay, making for playability for her daughter. What a great idea!
Birthday rush …
Oh some of my favourite treats done up in teeny tiny no-cal versions. The little pears in particular have such a pretty syrup effect. For the clay version, I’d use liquid Kato and alcohol inks making sure to hit it …
Maybe the ongoing, neverending (seemingly) winter is finally getting to me. All of my Etsy clay finds this week appeal to the odd side:
|Fairy Cat Sculpture by DragonStarArt||Faux Gauge Earrings by SweetlyART|
|Steampunk Owl Box by WhippetTales||Little|
I spent a chunk of Sunday afternoon making the monarch butterfly cane in the mosaic above. That put me in the mood to see what the other caners were up to on Flickr. And it turns out there was neat …
I spend a lot of my claying life making beads and polymer clay jewellery – always good to see what other clayers are up to!
One of my favourite online past times is hitting Flickr (and pinterest and all sorts of places) for great polymer clay finds. It keeps me seeing what the community is up to and gives me a chance to show off …
This week seems to be all about the fantasy finds in clay – fairytales, fabulous colour and sweet themes.
A whole selection of perfect lunchtime nibbles in clay! One of my clay goals this year is to indulge my miniature making / sculpting interest a bit more. Little foods are a good start! What are you guys planning on …
People had the niftiest New Years clay pieces on Flickr!
Here’s one bloggers try at making tile bracelet beads. The idea of building your cord channels out from the bead is interesting – you could then curve the front facing tile a little so that it arcs over them.
With the last push into Christmas clayers are still making super stuff – decorations, cake toppers, seasonal jewellery…
Polymer clay is instant gratification for colour – one of my favourite parts – but you can do so much to add to it, to make it pop. Blends, chalks, translucents… you name it.
1. Color, color, color…., 2. …
The fabulous and fanciful pieces people imagine:
|Angel Sculpture by faefactory||Serving Set by SeajayDesigns|
|Jointed Art Doll by FadedRoseFactoryEtc||Dogwood Flower Necklace by BlockPartyPress|
|Tutorials and Supplies by EJRBeads||Sculpting Tutorials by trolltracks|