In the mood for Christmas? This polymer clay elf tutorial is one I wrote for Polyform Products (the maker of the Sculpey® lines of products). It has now been published on their website. This is a fun and free tutorial. It’s perfect for figurines, cake toppers, or gifts to give this Christmas season.
I like to use up my scraps when I can and these past several weeks I have been so busy in my studio that I have had lots and lots of scraps. So … when scraps take over your work surface, find something cute and fun to do with them.
Polymer Clay Millefiori Cane Tutorial
Christmas Tree Doodle Cane
The easiest cane you’ll ever make! Continue reading Christmas Doodle Cane Tutorial
So far you’ve seen Parts 1 & 2 of this Poinsettia Flower Pin, without further ado, I present to you the 3rd part of this great seasonal favorite.
Polymer Clay Cane Tutorial
This week I am featuring one of my favorite artists and online friend, Meg Newberg. Meg has joined us here on the blog several times. Her ingenuity and love of polymer clay canes are truly magnificent! She will be joining us 3 times this week to share her love of clay & polymer clay millefiori canes. Today she’s sharing a polymer clay cane tutorial just in time for Christmas.
Gingerbread Man Tutorial
Polymer clay mini tutorial for a cute Gingerbread Man
Everyone Loves DIY Snowman Kits
There aren’t many people who don’t like snowmen…unless you live in the tropics where snowmen do not exist because…well, they melt. But for those of us who live in areas with four seasons, we are blessed to have the ability to make snowmen when those gorgeous white flakes arrive. Every year I anticipate the coming of the snow, making of snow angels, and building the cutest snowmen in our country acre. But there’s always something missing…in my head, a snowman’s eyes tell his story. Well, for clayers and crafters, here’s a great weekend project for you. A DIY Snowman Kit. Perfect for Christmas gift exchanges this year.
Just In Time for the Holidays