Pearl Lentil Bead necklace. Starting September 22, 2010 for one week. Take this class at CraftEdu and your name goes into a drawing to win it!
Helen Breil Designs featuring my work, texture stamps, tutorials, silk screens ,and my ebook, Shapes-25 Inspirational Jewellery Designs in Poymer Clay
My experiments with new designs lead me to some interesting twisted ones. This is the first one I'm showing from "The Big Twist" series. This one gets it's fabric-like look by using organza for the texture. Diane my table mate and hiking buddy at a recent retreat is the owner of this pendant. It looked smashing on her when she wore it one day with her perfectly matched outfit.
In this project I made a mixture of textures and metallization. Including Polymer Clay Facet eyes tutorial by Andrea Machler. For sale in www.elo7.com.br/polymer-clay-brincos-texturizados/dp/50EB84
Polymer clay in metallic gold, silver and a silver/green mix. I purchased the flower but the leaves and the middle of the flower I made by hand. :) Can you see just the faintest hint of green in the leaves on the left?
This artifact contains - a pitted washer and a shiny washer from the Habitat for Humanity ReStore salvage effort in Waco, Texas; a silver-colored leaf jewelry component. Cord length is 10 (total length of necklace is 20), pendant length is 2. All components have been wirebrushed to remove dirt
Here's a third design variation to the red faceted ones. I've turned the vertical red 180 degrees. I wanted to have a polymer bail but couldn't come up with something I liked so I went back to my trusty cotter pin and I like this asymmetrical use of it. Also added a filigree flower backed with polymer as an accent. I used a texture from my Radiating Lines tutorial. This is such a versatile design!
Learn how to make great polymar clay beeds. You can use them to create great hand made jewelry like earrings, necklace,bracelet......
Here's another one for those that like symmetrical shapes. Simple but very eye-catching I think. I've used my newest texture "After the Rain" on this one and did a few extra things to spruce it up. I find the applying of a gradation of colours very effective visually.
Creating amazing components for jewelry is an incredibly easy process. In this case I used plastic two-liter bottles to produce tubular beads that were strung into bracelets and necklaces. My slogan for my upcycled jewelry projects: Cover yourself in plastic, not the ocean.
FREE POLYMER CLAY TUTORIAL: faux stone bracelet. This is the translated version, allow 10 seconds to open.Простой способ с эффектным результатом: делаем интересный «камушек» из полимерной глины #diy #tutorial #polymerclay