I Can't Believe I'm Creating Millefiore
Amaze your friends with your creativity while you fall in love with a fantastic art form that's super-easy to learn! Anne Igou shares her polymer clay techniques for millefiore, which means "a thousand flowers." Imitating the look of intricate Italian glass art, it's a fun way to fashion unique gifts and jewelry.
18 projects featuring 12 polymer clay cane and sheet patterns: Tropical Flower Barrette; Flower Slide Tin; Bound by Love Earrings; Stained Glass Votive; Picture Frame; Brave New Bookmark; Puff Heart Pin; Striped, Swirled & Rolled Necklace; Envious Heart Tin; Cabinet Knobs; Mod Earrings; Copper Chain Necklace; Amethyst Earrings; Letter Opener; Circle Swirl Bracelet; Crafty Knife; Stormy Box; and Bubble Bracelet.
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5-6 before beginning 800-grit wet/dry sandpaper acrylic roller back Allow to cool Bake according ball Basics on pages Blend Cane pages blue and white cane in half cane slices cane to square ceramic tile according clay blade clay sheet colors cool completely craft knife Create crystal beads Cut the cane cutting the sheet diameter Drywall ear wire emerald green excess clay fancy eye loop flat-nose pliers Follow Detailed Sanding heishi bead jump rings large petals line of Poly manufacturer’s instructions millefiore needle tool pasta machine Petal Cane Photo piercing tool pink clay place the sheet Poly Bonder glue Polymer clay press the halves Read Clay Basics remove the excess Roll the acrylic Roll the cane Run black clay sides match Skinner Blend Cane Skinner Blend Sheet slices to smooth Slide the clay smooth the seams stack Striped Skinner Blend Supplies pages 4-5 Swarovski Tools & Supplies trim the excess votive