The Magic of a Bic Ball Point Pen
Posted on December 6, 2012 in Hints, Tips, & Tricks by Katie Oskin
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’s 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 note holders. 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.
Thanks for joining me today,