You Can Do What?
I absolutely love meeting new polymer clay artists. The first thing they say when I ask if they have made a pen yet is: “You can do that?” I giggle to myself and tell them, yes, you can do that. It’s a simple, easy, & basic project. Even for beginners. This is not the first time that I have written about polymer clay pens, feel free to click the link to see some awesome talent. Tomorrow I am releasing a NEW tutorial on YouTube, just for you wonderful folks on how to cover a polymer clay pen.
Fun to Create & to Keep
Polymer clay pens are so much fun to create and to keep that there have even been books written about cute & unique designs you can make yourself! From simple shapes and figures, millefiori cane-covered pens, and even pens that double as noteholders. There are so many cute pen designs to create.
Here on my blog tomorrow, I will be offering a FREE video tutorial on covering a basic Bic pen (as shown above) with glitter. It’s a girly-girly kind of a pen (at least the one I show in the tutorial), but it’s great for a beginner or someone who has never worked with clay.
Learn How to Cover a Pen in Polymer Clay Here
Parker – Polymer Clay Figurine$25.00
Vacation Parker, Handmade Polymer Clay Figurine$27.50
Lolly – Polymer Clay Figurine$25.00
Steampunk Parker, Limited Edition Polymer Clay Figurine$27.50
Tea Time Parker, Special Edition$25.00
UnderWater Parkers, Special Edition$30.00
Masked Parkers, Special Edition$27.50
Planner Stickers – Parker, Lolly, & Spex$1.95 – $5.45
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Thanks for sharing this Katie. I love creating pens, one year I gave them as stocking stuffers. They make great gifts and look so pretty on the desk or in a pen holder. 🙂 That PolyPens book looks like it’s filled with fun pen projects! Looking forward to your tut.