Pavelka Project: March – Faux Techniques

Posted on March 6, 2015 in 2015 Pavelka Project, Tutorials by Katie

March Pavelka Project

Polymer Clay Faux Techniques

March Pavelka Project: Faux Techniques of Turquoise, Ivory, & Cinnabar by KatersAcres

Cinnabar, Ivory, & Turquoise

Welcome back to the Pavelka Project! This month is going to be a little different from the first two months. Since we have done clocks in February, we are going to switch back to jewelry this month. In the previous 2 months we have tackled a specific project. This month we are working on technique and color mixing which is different from our past projects. Techniques can be used in your pieces in the future.

Project Details:

Materials List:

* Denotes optional supplies


What You Are Going to Make

This month we are focusing not so much on a specific project as the past 2 months (get the January & February projects), but rather working with and manipulating color.

To be entered to WIN a prize you must:

  • Using Lisa’s book as a guide create at least ONE pendant from polymer clay using one of her 5 faux techniques.
  • You must either email me a photo of the item you created OR add the photo to the folder in our FaceBook group.
  • Here’s the BONUS for this month: For each and EVERY pendant you post, you are eligible to win! So … make 4 pendants, post 4 pendants, get 4 entries to win!
  • REMINDER: Your project is to make beads & pendants this month.

You can make MANY things from these faux techniques. But we will be using these as a model to incorporate into later projects if you’d like.

Ready to Make Some Beads & Pendants?

Click to get the recipes to make the following beads & pendants:

Faux Cinnabar

Faux Ivory

Faux Turquoise


 The Pavelka Project

The Pavelka Project is done in conjunction with Lisa Pavelka. All tutorials are retaught here with her expressed permission. Please make sure to read about the project here, sign up & join us, and get answers to the most common FAQS here.

Until next time, Happy Claying,

 

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