1: Mica Shift Mermaid Scales
2: Sculpted Ranunculus Flowers
3: Texture, Texture, Texture
4: Hand Torched Headpins
Well another month has gone by and the Volume-050 Back Issue Videos have now been added to the Polymer Clay Library (a golden anniversary milestone for us). If you missed your chance to see these tutorials as they were released each Friday during the month of July, now is your chance to add them to your collection as a convenient bundled package.
Today’s photo above, shows thumbnail images for the 4 videos included in this Vol-050 Package:
Video-050-1 Mica Shift Mermaid Scales: These shimmery iridescent scales of a lovely Mermaid, are beautifully created from two blocks of pearl clay and a regular old drinking straw! You’ll be amazed at how easy and cool this Mica Shift Technique is. Plus there is no need to limit yourself to only mermaid scales. The technique translates perfectly into sparkling fish scales, dragon scales, lizard scales and the skins of whatever fantasy creature that you can come up with. Makes great looking beads and jewelry projects too!
Video-050-2 Sculpted Ranunculus: Once you see a Ranunculus Flower with all of its ‘millions’ of delicate petals, it is a love at first sight experience! At least that’s how I felt the first time I laid eyes on this amazing beauty. Now you can recreate these incredible specimens in polymer clay. Perfect for gorgeous handmade jewelry projects with feminine flair. By the way, they’re not as hard to make as they look.
Video-050-3 Texture, Texture, Texture: Great looking beads don’t have to be complicated to make. Sometimes all they need is the right color and some Texture, Texture, Texture! And guess what? Most of the tools needed for these cool looking beads are probably already sitting in your kitchen right now! This is a tutorial you need to add to your polymer clay bag of tricks!
Video-050-4 Hand Torched Headpins: Really unique handmade jewelry pieces come from great findings and supplies. Adding hand torched headpins to your jewelry designs is great way to take the artisan look right through your entire piece. Plus they are easy to make, the equipment and supplies are inexpensive and you can make them any size, gauge and type of metal you want. Way better than having to order them online and wait for the package to arrive… don’t you think?
Also included in this Volume-050 back issue package, are the A-Series recipe cards from the Sedum Stonecrop Color Palette.
To read feedback from members who have already benefited from the videos and recipes in this Vol-050 back issue package, click here: Mermaid Scales | Ranunculus Flower | Texture Texture Texture | Hand Torched Headpins
And, Sneak Peak Preview Clips are available for viewing here:
Polymer Clay Tutorials [Videos]
… If anyone else would like to add a review for any of the videos or color recipes in Volume-050, I would love to hear from you.
Or if you have not yet purchased this back issue and have a question, ask away. In either case, use the comments section below.