6 Videos #587 to #592: Learn how to recreate the look of real ceramic rainbow raku, using polymer clay and some simple supplies.
6 Videos #572 to #577: Enchanted miniature decor for the Gnomes and Fairies that may be scampering around your home.
6 Videos #562 to #567: Twisting polymer clay focal bead designs, accented with whirling balls of stormy wire and seed beads.
6 Videos #550 to #556: Sculpted polymer clay orchid flowers… perfect for pendants, headbands, brooches and home decor.
6 Videos #539 to #544: In this tutorial I demonstrate how to use the Sculpey Hollow Bead Maker Tool Kit… like a pro!
6 Videos #526 to #531: Featuring a fun polka dot technique (optional) using one of Cynthia Tinapple’s new extruder disk designs.
6 Videos #512 to #517: Turning colored bits of clay, into a unique ocean scene. Jewelry for those long walks on the beach.
6 Videos #502 to #507: Inspired by the saying, “April Showers Bring May Flowers”, this Spring Tutorial has a little of both!
6 Videos #490 to #495: Spring is in the air with this refreshing polymer clay jewelry project.
6 Videos #479 to #484: A new way to batik your clay… with some surprising (household) ingredients.
6 Videos #468 to #473: As many creative choices for making these art journals, as there are artists!
6 Videos #457 to #462: Making a bracelet is the focus for this tutorial series… but don’t stop there!
6 Videos #445 to #450: Polymer clay covered wooden Christmas decorations & home decor items.
6 Videos #439 to #444: An easier way to make Faux Abalone… Or Paua Shell from New Zealand.
6 Videos #428 to #433: A wise bird of many faces… who happens to be living in my neighborhood.
6 Videos #416 to #421: A unique cane design where the colors shift along the entire length of the cane.
6 Videos #404 to #409: Tiny intricate mosaics are usually very tedious to make… not these ones!
6 Videos #392 to #397: Image transfer techniques using TLS or Kato Liquid Polyclay.
6 Videos #376 to #381: Quality pen kits that are easy to assemble even without a pen press tool.
6 Videos #364 to #369: Unique metal rivet/eyelet construction, much more durable than glue.
6 Videos #349 to #354: This cane reduces right down down to 1/4″ or less… perfect for making beautiful millefiori beads!
6 Videos #338 to #343: So real looking, it may just even fool Mother Nature!
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