Helping each of you with polymer clay tips is one of those things that I really love! Why? Because I love helping people. I love helping you succeed and I love helping you on your creative journeys. I hope some of these small tips help you achieve your goals in your studio. So, without any further ado, let’s get on with it, shall we?
Making these adorable, fun, faux leather sculpted flowers is easy with polymer clay. You can make these for home decor projects, mixed media, jewelry, brooches, and so much more! Learn to make your own with this fun and free tutorial.
Red Wine color recipe for polymer clay. Earlier in the month, I introduced you to the Fall 2017 color recipes. What would fall be without a glass of crisp red wine? It would be like having a deep luscious red missing from our fall color palette. Don’t worry, I wouldn’t leave it out. Enjoy!
Premo color recipe in Orange Spice for polymer clay. A few weeks ago I introduced you to the Fall 2017 color recipes. I hope that you’ve taken some time to look through them and enjoy them as well. What would fall be without a gorgeous, rich, orange spice color to liven up the bunch?
Premo color recipe in Muted Berry for polymer clay. A few weeks ago I introduced you to the Fall 2017 color recipes. I hope that you’ve taken some time to look through them and enjoy them as well. I wear a ton of burgundy, plum, and berry colors in general. In fact, my closet is jammed packed with them. It’s funny how the colors we prefer to wear, we don’t use as much in our studio. Here’s today’s gorgeous muted berry color recipe.
Premo color recipe in Midnight Twinkle for polymer clay. A few weeks ago I introduced you to the Fall 2017 color recipes. I hope that you’ve taken some time to look through them and enjoy them as well. Today’s color is rich, dark, deep, with a hint of pizazz that yearns for a warm accompaniment.
One of the things I love most about polymer clay is the way it feels in my hands. As a sculptor I feel something in clay that many others do not get to feel with polymer. I get to literally push, pull, and manipulate clay in a way that many only dream of doing. If you’ve followed this site for any length of time now, you know that I am fascinated with faces and even more so I am in love with making them.
Premo color recipe in Foliage Sparkle Green for polymer clay. On Tuesday I introduced you to another of the Fall 2017 color recipes in Evergreen Glint. This color is much darker than this brighter green. Even though on your screen these greens may not look that different, they are very different in real life. If you love green, these colors are just what you need this fall in your Premo color recipe repertoire.
Evergreen glint color recipe for Premo polymer clay. My favorite color is blue, but right behind that is green and not just any shade of green … but every shade of green! This polymer clay color recipe has the dark tones of a fall green leaf with the depth of a wintery evergreen. Try this with a variety of color palettes.
Cranberry jazz color recipe for Premo polymer clay. Fall is my favorite time of year and what would fall be without those delicious, tart, juicy cranberries? This polymer clay color recipe has everything you’d expect from a dark cranberry color with even a bit of a surprise built in!
Amethyst color recipe for Premo polymer clay. Amethyst, a true deep, dark purple with a hint of blue undertones. This luscious dark color will add a gorgeous backdrop to any of your fall creations. It’s an “almost black” that will add depth and darkness to any of your designs.
I’m in need of clay Christmas ornament donations. Are you willing to help? I’m calling on you. That’s right you. I’m calling on all clayers worldwide! I need your help decorating a Christmas tree for Cystic Fibrosis patients. Are you willing to help me? Please see the information below for details on making your clay Christmas ornament donation.
WIP Wednesday is here again! It’s time for the August 2017 review at KatersAcres. If you are looking for more regular behind the scenes and in process stories, join me over on Instagram, as well as an occasional Insta-stories. These also may contain many of these behind-the-scenes photos, tests, life events, and what’s going on in my studio.
It is always such a joy to collaborate with other artists. A fantastic artist, fellow clayer, and friend Teresa “Pandora” Salgado has graciously volunteered her time, energy, and effort to bring you a free fairy potion bottle tutorial. This tutorial is not only brightly colored, unique, and a lot of fun, but is a great jewelry project for an artist of any skill level.