Polymer Clay Embroidered Bird Pendant
Posted on April 23, 2013 in Tutorials by Katie
Springtime Polymer Clay Bird Tutorial
Today I’m bringing to you a really fun springtime tutorial. Nothing says spring like birds & flowers … so I’ve combined my two favorite spring features into one fabulous polymer clay tutorial.
Things that Make Me Love Spring
There are two things that make me love spring: birds and flowers. I love waking up in the springtime to hear the chirping of birds and going outside to my woodshed and seeing bird nesting in the eaves with tiny little beaks poking out of their nests. I love the way that the flowers are beginning to bud and the little colors begin to poke their way up from the ground. In honor of this great season, I have designed a springtime polymer clay bird tutorial!
Some New Tutorials
In addition to the many free tutorials that you’ll find on my website, there will also be an occasional paid tutorial. Here comes the exciting part …. ready … next year I will be launching a monthly tutorial club for figurines! YAY! This special club will be paid tutorial club where you will subscribe and get your monthly club tutorials in your email – cool huh? What does this mean? I would like your feedback for these new paid tutorials on my site. If you buy this tutorial, please contact me here on the website to let me know what you thought of it so I can improve it for next time (compliments are always welcome too).
What You’ll Get in This Tutorial
This tutorial includes instructions for making and designing your bird, as well as the steps to “embroider” polymer clay on polymer clay. This tutorial includes full color photographs, steps in outline format, hints, ideas, and other tips for creating a clay masterpiece. This tutorial does not include how to made the necklace components for your pendant.
What To Do:
Simply click on the “Get It Now” button above and you will be directed to PayPal. After confirmation of your payment you will get an email with a link to your tutorial that you can download instantly! Open the tutorial, print it out, and take it into your studio …
Thanks for joining me today,