No, it’s not WIP Wednesday … Yes, this could have waited … but I’m just so excited to share it with you all!
Not What I Expected, But …
Have you ever made something that turned out really well despite the fact that as you were making it you kept thinking, “something is clearly wrong here?” Well … rarely does that happen to me. Let me clarify, if while I’m making something I keep thinking, “this doesn’t look right” then by the time it’s done it still doesn’t look right and it ends up waiting for more inspiration …
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.
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.
- 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