This Skinner Blend Leaf Worksheet is a single sheet PDF. Worksheets are “mini tutorials” that are fast, easy, speedy and can be used to enhance a design and/or project. Some of the worksheets you may find given again in conjunction with required tutorials.
This Skinner Blend Leaf Worksheet is a single sheet PDF. Worksheets are “mini tutorials” that are fast, easy, speedy and can be used to enhance a design and/or project.
Have Leaf Cane Scraps?
Try This Simple Polymer Clay Tutorial
Ever wondered what to do with your scrap leaf canes? Here’s a FREE & simple idea you can use today. https://t.co/VC3a3DOMNG
— Kater’s Acres (@katersacres) November 10, 2015
There’s nothing prettier (in my opinion) than that perfect leaf cane that seems to pop & glow in all of your creations. I’ve made literally hundreds of leaf canes & I finally found a blend that makes my leaves pop & almost “glow.” You’ll have to make these for yourself and see what you think…
NOTE: I make mini-canes, enough for no more than 3 projects. For a bigger cane, please increase the amounts of clay shown below.Continue reading Glowing Leaf Cane – The Prettiest Leaf Cane You’ll Ever Make
52 Weeks of Canes Project
Extruded Polymer Clay Leaf Cane
Week 12: Leaf Canes Continued
This month we have been exploring leaf canes & all the different kinds of leaves that you can make with clay. With all the colors of clay on the market, the infinite possibilities with color mixing, you could make hundreds of different combinations of colored leaves and never repeat the same color scheme twice.Continue reading 52 Weeks of Canes: Leaf Cane
Polymer Clay Leaf Canes
There are literally hundreds of different tutorials and variations on leaf canes on the internet. You can find even more precision polymer clay leaf cane tutorials sold by professional artists on Etsy. Leaf canes is something that I make and use a lot …
Welcome back! This tutorial is part 2 for the caned poinsettia project. You can find part one here.
There are lots of different ways to make a leaf cane, I can think of 4 different ways off the top of my head. I made this leaf cane the way shown in this worksheet because I wanted the gradient side portions. Most of the details are an exact copy of the way you completed your petal canes for the first part of your tutorial.Continue reading Skinner Blend Leaf Cane Tutorial – Poinsettia Part 2
Simple & Easy Leaf Cane Tutorial
There are literally hundreds of versions of this cane that exist online. This is my super simple, quick and easy version! These leaves can be made & used to accompany many different handmade designs of your choice. Continue reading Polymer Clay Leaf Cane Tutorial
Leaf Cane & Rose Cane
October 2015 #PavelkaProject
Polymer Clay Tutorial
Making Polymer Clay Millefiori Canes & Using Them
Welcome back for another great month of the Pavelka Project! This month we a doing another more ‘open-ended’ project for you. Here’s what you need to do. Look through The Complete Book of Polymer Clay, chapter on Millefiori Canes, and make at least one cane. But don’t stop there! Use your cane to create ONE project. It can be anything your heart desires. I made a mixed media centerpiece mason mug in a fall theme for my dining room table. You can do whatever you’d like: jewelry, mixed media, household items, frames, the options are literally endless. Lisa offers literally dozens of ideas throughout all her books. [Order your books here] I also have over 150 tutorials here on the site you could use to make a project.
Make Your Own Pendant & Earrings
Welcome to another special edition tutorial! Once again today I’m traveling to East Palestine, Ohio to join with Brenda Landsdowne from B’Sue Boutiques to film a new project tutorial for you. Brenda & Christi Friesen have joined together to create a new fun filled jewelry making group Bohemian Vibe. These pendants can be adapted to fit right into your Bohemian trend jewelry creations. And, yes, we’re making a smaller version in earring form too.
Unique Millefiori Cane Library Solution
The Art of Millefiori Canes
As anyone who has created one of more millefiori canes, you know that there are some really awesome canes and some really not so awesome canes that you have made. One of the things that I like to do is create a “library” for my canes. This idea is not my own, but evolved from a discussion in one of the FaceBook groups I am in. Many people talked about how they store, collect, and display their canes for future reference or use.
Week 10: Feather Cane
Millefiori Basketweave Cane
52 Weeks of Canes
I’m really enjoying the process of learning to make canes. In fact, where I used to be scared of anything that wasn’t a leaf cane or flower petal cane, I can now say that I thoroughly enjoy making my canes! Much of that is thanks to this year long project team that has continued to push me to make a new cane every week. Continue reading 52 Weeks of Canes: Basket Weave Cane by KatersAcres