This project was inspired by the work of the wonderfully talented Dr. Ron Lehocky. This past week Ron showcased some of his new hearts. And to say that there were inspiring is an understatement. I’ve always enjoyed Ron’s hearts, but the simplicity and theme of this batch really got to me. Great work Ron!Continue reading Saint Patrick’s Day Hearts & Pendants
- Premo! Polymer Clay in scrap colors of your choice
- I used pearl, red pearl scrap, & copper scrap
- Your Fingers!
- X-acto Knife
- Needle Tool
- Knitting Needles
- Hot Fix Flat Backed Crystals
- Bake & Bond
- Various Mica Powders
- Blending Chalks
- 20-22 gauge wire to make a bail (optional)
- Baby Wipes
- Polymer Clay Oven
- Hand Scrub for when your done
Perfect for Valentine’s Day
- About 1 ounce of scrap polymer clay
- Metal Knitting Needle
- Medium 1″ or 2″ heart cutter Continue reading Sweater Heart Pin Tutorial by KatersAcres
Great Polymer Clay Free & Paid Tutorials You Might Enjoy
14 Valentine’s Day Polymer Clay Heart Tutorials
I’ve searched high & low for some of the best Valentine’s Day, polymer clay heart tutorials on the internet. Here’s some of the best (and most popular) that I could find online. Enjoy & feel free to repin them if you’d like.
Make Your Own Steampunk Heart Pendant
This is a great introductory project for Christi’s awesome “Steampunkery” book. If you do not have this book yet, I am giving a copy away direct from Christi Friesen! There’s only 2 days left, be sure to enter to win it now. Now let’s get started with our polymer clay heart mini-tutorial! This tutorial is in Christi’s “Steampunkery” book and begins on page 7. Continue reading Christi Friesen Steampunk Heart Pendant
POLYMER CLAY TUTORIAL
First, I must begin by saying that there are few things in this world that I hate more than bugs. This being said, I find bugs gross … they give me to heebie-jeebies! Because of this you will see that my take on bugs is nothing like Christi’s take on bugs (more on that next week) … but because I love each of you who are working diligently through Christi’s books, I too made an ugly bug *sigh* … but please know that there will not be another. You can make lots of ugly bugs, but I will leave it at this one (who will be given away soon an a semi-devious plot, read on for details).
In fact, in my ideal world, bugs would be cute and cuddly, just like Parker.
But that’s enough of my bug-o-phobia … how about we get started on our hearts & bug for another awesome Friesen Friday filled with polymer clay tutorials?