Artful Polymer Clay: Techniques for Stylish Jewelry and Decor
Gail Ritchey is known for her innovative uses of polymer clay in home decor items, jewelry, and miniatures. She brings a wealth of experience to this collection of 23 fun and beautiful projects that require no special skills or classes. Chapters are divided by techniques such as molding, rolling, shaping, marbling, cutting, punching, stamping, chatoyant, extruding, and mokume gane. Beginner and intermediate artisans can quickly start making elegant cameos, vases, frames, containers, and other attractive and useful objects by following Ritchey's simple, step-by-step techniques.
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acrylic roller air bubbles Alcohol Ink art mold Ball stylus beading wire black clay blade or craft Ceramic tile covered Chainnose pliers chatoyant effect circle cutter clay machine Clay shaper clay sheet color Combined Techniques completely mix Condition and completely covered with polyester craft knife create crimp bead Crimping pliers Cut the clay ear wires earring bead edge excess clay flatten flowers fold gold clay head pin heart punch hole InstructIons jump ring leaf liquid clay machine or acrylic Magic Square medium setting metal clay mokume gane Mosaic Effects needle tool noodles paintbrush paper punch pearl clay Pearl White petals polyester batting Polymer clay powdered pigment Press the clay remove Repeat steps Roundnose pliers run the sheet seed beads shape sheet in half sheet of clay Silicone roller silver clay Slicing blade stack strips texture thickest setting Trim the excess twist vase Wire cutters