Polymer Clay Flower Tutorials

Posted on March 11, 2014 in Tutorials by Katie Oskin

Polymer Clay Flower Tutorials

Polymer Clay Flower Tutorials & Inspiration | Links to flower tutorials from around the web on KatersAcres polymer clay blog

Spring Is On Its Way!

Last week many of us in the United States did that one thing that reminds you that spring is getting closer … we sprung our clocks ahead. To me and to my family this means one thing: Spring is on its way!  In honor of the Spring season, I have collected some gorgeous flower tutorials to help inspire you this season. I have made several of these flowers, but I plan to make many more. (L to R – Top to Bottom)

Polymer Clay Flower Tutorials & Inspiration | Links to flower tutorials from around the web on KatersAcres polymer clay blog

  1. Hibiscus Tutorial by Zuda Gay. Repin Here.
  2. Blue Stitched Flower Tutorial by Kaelmijoy. Repin Here.
  3. Skinner Blended Flowers by Valerie Creations – Not in English. Use Google Translator, or simply follow the pictures. Repin Here.
  4. (Paid Tutorial) Orchid Flower Tutorial by Polymer Clay Tutorials on Etsy. Repin Here.
  5. Charming Air-Dry Clay Flowers Tutorial by Happy Together. Repin Here.
  6. (Paid Tutorial) The Flower Academy from PolyPedia & Iris Mishly. Repin Here.
  7. Gorgeous Color-Pop Flower Millefiori Cane Tutorial by Amastista. Repin Here.
  8. Black & White Flower Cane by Kalinkopolinka as posted by Glinki.net. Repin Here.

 

 

My Two Most Popular Flower Tutorials

Polymer Clay Poinsettia Tutorial by KatersAcres
Festive Flowers Tutorial by KatersAcres

Thanks for joining me today,

Happy Claying,

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4 Comments for this entry
Iris Mishly
March 12, 2014
15:37

Thank u very much! May the spring begin! 🙂

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Deborah
March 12, 2014
12:39

I do not have any current projects (just getting back into “claying” again after a long absence). But, I am registered to take a Mokume Gane class from a local craft guild. Looking forward to getting back into this medium.

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Katie
March 13, 2014
09:17

Oh boy Deborah! That sounds like fun! I hope you have a great time. I love claying: it’s fun, relaxing, & slightly addicting.

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