Snowflake Leaf Cane
Posted on June 6, 2014 in 52 Weeks of Polymer Clay Canes by Katie Oskin
52 Weeks of Canes Project
This past week our canes for the 52 Weeks of Canes Group we were tasked with making two different kinds of snowflake canes. This suits me just fine because I love winter and I love snow. Parker also likes snow and winter too. I haven’t been making every cane from every week, just for the simple fact that if I don’t have a use for it, I’m likely not going to make it. As a sculptor, I have much less use for canes than that of jewelry artists, however, I really do like to make them! Below are the two links to this past week’s tutorials.
Here’s a few of my “in process” photos from this cane. See the fantastic tutorial from 2GoodClaymates to make your own version. A few notes however, I would make it as she has with matching fill & leaf colors. I wanted to use mine as a translucent cane, however, without the white as fill, it looks like a strange leaf-type cane, unless it is reduced into small canes. So follow her tutorial and you’ll be good to go!
*Don’t Miss my GALLERY of Canes for 2014*
Gallery contains LINKS for tutorials here on my site as well as across the web.
Do you want to join us? Come and join the fun at this FaceBook group where we create one cane a week for the entire 2014 year!
Thanks for joining me today,