Making a Skinner Blend Petal Cane – Poinsettia Project 1

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Skinner Blend Flower Petal Cane - Poinsettia Part 1 by KatersAcres

First, there is no right or wrong way to make this cane. I make it differently than some people, and I know that some people will make it differently than me. That’s okay. Once you can get the Skinner Blend mastered, it’s all a matter of using your sculpting skills to gently “persuade” the clay to do what YOU want it to do.

The following tutorial is PART 1 in making a caned Poinsettia petals & leaves.

Basic Materials

  • 3-4 colors of Premo! polymer clay in red / pink tones to make your poinsettia petal cane
  • Pasta machine
  • Acrylic roller & acrylic block
  • Your hands

Poinsettia Caned Flower Project

Part 1 * Part 2 * Part 3

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7 thoughts on “Making a Skinner Blend Petal Cane – Poinsettia Project 1

  1. Thank you Katie, LOVE this gorgeous project, can’t wait to try it 🙂

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