Video #373: Here is a solution to prevent cane slices from squashing when you cut them.
Video #348: Featuring my Easter Lily design which reduces right down to a quarter inch in diameter.
6 Videos #293 to #298: So versatile… from Indian Mehndi… to Vintage European… to Zentangle Doodle!
Video #251: “Can I add my request for the brain cane tutorial? Thanks.” ~Marion-R
Video #243: “I’m really excited about this months projects. Love anything Celtic.” ~DixieAnn-S
Video #242: “Cindy I would like to make my polymer clay look like different kinds of wood. Do you have any tutorials for… 30
Video Tutorials: 1: Pandora Style Beads 2: Crackled Paint 3: Wire Riveting Intro 4: Dandelion Ghost Cane
Video Tutorials: 1: Copper Bookmarks 2: Cupcake Beads 3: Backgroundless Tulip Cane 4: Parrot Tulip Beads
Video Tutorials: 1: Sculpted Iris Beads 2: Faux Stoneware 3: Peacock Cane Part 1 4: Peacock Cane Part 2
Video Tutorials: 1: Faux Metal Mokume; 2: Rolled Mokume Gane; 3: Wire Leaf Charm; 4: Add Clay to Leaf Charms:
Video Tutorials: 1: Rose Petal Beads; 2: Fill Bezels with Clay; 3: Wax Polishing Your Beads; 4: Grape Hyacinth Cane:
Vid #197: “A GrapeHyacinth Cane would be cool! I just love flowers,…real, silk, clay …you name it!!” ~Catalina
Video Tutorials: 1: Polymerized Cloth; 2: Faux Knit Technique; 3: Polymerized Fabric Roses; 4: Shaded Rose Cane:
Video Tutorials: 1: Silicone Molds; 2: Faux Druzy; 3: Leaf Vein Bails; 4: Gingham Cane:
Vid #185: “Ginghampattern is called a Vichycane on the French blogs. Ihave never thought of using it on a lentil though. JustBeautiful!” ~Squash
Video Tutorials: 1: Polymer Postage; 2: Feather Canes; 3: Pod Beads; 4: Katiedids Bezels:
“So interestingwhat you can do with leftover canes. I specially like the pod beads.” ~Cherie-H
Vid #179: “It’s great knowing you can make beautiful beads and designs from left overs. Thank youCindy.” ~Rachel-W
Video Tutorials: 1: Texture Plates; 2: Distressed Paint Finish; 3: Embossed Metal Stamps; 4: Pumpkin Canes:
“Cute pumpkins. I especially love theway you used them in theearrings with the copper tendril.” ~Cheryl-H
Vid #177: I’m new to clay and my 7 yr old nephew and I want to makesome simple Halloween beads or pendants.”~Joanne-C
Video Tutorials: 1: Art Sheets; 2: Bead Caps; 3: Tube Bead Roller; 4: Spotted Lily Cane: