With each and every monthly project that we do here, you will essentially be receiving TWO tutorials. There’s ONE tutorial that Lisa presents in her book. There’s another tutorial that I will present as a spin off of her project. You are welcome to do either one.
Do you know what’s just around the corner? FALL! My favorite season of the entire year (most likely my affinity for leaf canes). This project is much easier than it looks. All you need are a few simple supplies and some complimentary leaf canes.
Welcome to another special edition tutorial! Once again today I’m traveling to East Palestine, Ohio to join with Brenda Landsdowne from B’Sue Boutiques to film a new project tutorial for you. Brenda & Christi Friesen have joined together to create a new fun filled jewelry making group Bohemian Vibe. These pendants can be adapted to fit right into your Bohemian trend jewelry creations. And, yes, we’re making a smaller version in earring form too.
Ancient Egypt has long fascinated me. I love the history, the stories, the Biblical events … everything. When my husband and I journeyed to New York City in 2010, we went to the King Tut exhibit. One of the things I have always wanted was my own gold cartouche. Sadly, with the price tag being well over $200 there was no way I could afford it. But as always, polymer clay to the rescue … with an awesome DIY polymer clay cartouche tutorial so you can make your own pendant too!
This project is so much fun you might even end up ‘walking like an Egyptian’ before it’s completely baked.
FREE Flower Pod Pendant Tutorial Video by B’Sue Boutiques
Instant Download, PDF Project Sheet with tips, tricks, & helpful links
What a fun adventure I’m going on today! Today I’m traveling to East Palestine, Ohio to join with Brenda Landsdowne from B’Sue Boutiques to film a new project tutorial for you. These flower pod pendants can be adapted to fit right into your jewelry creations and are on point for any season. This flower pod pendant tutorial will teach you everything you know to create a fabulous focal piece for your creation.
When you think of an ancient artifact, what do you think of? I think of old rocks, ancient hieroglyphics, cave paintings and so many other things. So, how about we try to recreate a little bit of that with a faux rock type pendant with this polymer clay tutorial. Let’s get started!
So what does B’Sue Boutiques have to do with Christi Friesen week you might ask? Well … Brenda Lansdowne, owner of B’Sue Boutiques was our host and sponsor for the Christi Friesen Weekend this past week. Not only is Brenda a wonderful person, but she is kind, warm, funny, & caring too. You can see the video that Brenda & Christi did together on YouTube. Brenda & Christi have some great things coming up in store for you in the future as well, so be sure not to miss it.
It’s the first tutorial from the “Cats” book by Christi Friesen (insert shouts of acclamation here)! Today’s project is just a simple tutorial for a kitty cat bead or ornament. Full directions for the kitty cat bead, figurine, or decoration are available in the front sections of Christi’s “Cats” book. The “cat body” tutorial will come on the blog as a bonus Friesen project post on Tuesday – cool huh? Are you ready to get started? Let’s begin making your own cat bead tutorial. Continue reading Make Your Own Christi Friesen Style Kitty Bead
I love it when my fans & readers have specific polymer clay projects in mind. I have had several requests lately for a fun beaded project tutorial. As many of you know I’m not really a jewelry person, not because I don’t like it, because I most certainly do, but rather because I’m not a person that tends to “accessorize.” I wear a wedding ring & my earrings and that’s it. Sometimes you’ll catch me wearing a watch, but other than that … nadá. So while I love to make beads, since I don’t wear jewelry (or sell it in my Etsy shop), I’m never sure what to do with the beads. So for those of you who are like me, here’s a really fun handmade Natasha Bead Keychain. Let’s get started, shall we?