Polymer Pizzazz: 27 Great Polymer Clay Jewelry Projects
Kalmbach Publishing, Co., 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
Polymer Pizzazz is the essential resource for learning to use polymer clay. This book showcases the many ways of using the material to create beads, pendants, brooches, and earrings. A variety of techniques, such as canes, chains, and faux effects, including faux cinnabar, faux porcelain, faux lacquer, and faux stone pieces, are taught by innovative clay artists. A thorough Basics section will help beginners. Projects include making painted disk beads, marbled beads, filigree beads, and more.
What people are saying - Write a review
Polymer PizzazzUser Review - crdog - Overstock.com
I have some of theses articles but I am glad to have them all in one place. I would highly recomend this book to any one for refference purpose. Read full review
Other editions - View all
acrylic paint acrylic rod bead cores black clay blend brayer buffing caulk gun clay gun clay photo clay see Basics clay sheet convection oven cool cord cornstarch craft knife create crimp bead crimping pliers cyanoacrylate cyanoacrylate glue cylinder Dedicated to nonfood diameter drill edge Embellish Fimo finished flatten following colors gemstones gently gold clay gold leaf hole jewelry lampwork layer liquid clay Liquid Sculpey TLS locket manufacturer’s directions medium setting metallic mold necklace needle tool optional pasta machine pattern peanuts pendant photo e photo f piece pinback Place Polar Fleece Polyform polymer clay polymer-clay PolyShrink powder Premo Sculpey Repeat steps Roll sandpaper scrap clay seed beads shape sheet of clay side skewer slices smooth snake String strips surface teardrop techniques texture thick thickest setting tissue blade toaster or convection tools & supplies Translucent Liquid Sculpey Trim tube bead wet/dry sandpaper