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Captured Cabochons in Polymer Clay-downloadable VIDEO - Etsy
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Captured Cabochons in Polymer Clay-Downloadable VIDEO Tutorial-Start with a stone or cabochon you love, then design a composition around it

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Start with a stone or cabochon you love, then design a composition around it. The results are a meaningful and perfectly personalized piece.
In this class:
Steps for designing a custom piece based on a stone or cab you love
How to seamlessly incorporate your stone or cabochon into a design
Making sure your chosen stone is oven-safe
A method for planning a personally meaningful design
Techniques for rendering your composition in polymer clay
Time saving shortcuts for making molded pieces, instead of sculpting
A list of ideas (to get you started) for how to creatively capture your stone in place
Tips for working with multiple mica powders
Adding a backing and border
Bonus: Create a versatile organic texture sheet with household items and molding putty
This class includes access to a 31 minute instructional video and a PDF full of helpful information, supply list and links.
You will receive a PDF with:
Link and password for your video
You have the option of downloading your class to keep for your personal use forever
Materials list
Reference information
Helpful product links
Note
There is no written instruction for this class, it is all on video.
Be sure to download your class to keep for your personal use forever!
This video tutorial is suitable for anyone who knows the basics of working with polymer clay.
Tools & Materials:
Stone or cabochon as your focal, should be able to be baked at 275° F.
Polymer clay in colors of your choice
Pasta machine
Sketchbook and pencil
Note paper and pen
Metal charms or shapes to make molds of, if desired
Silicone molding putty, if making molds
Craft knife
Clay blade
Sculpting tools
Mica powders in colors of your choice, if desired
Liquid clay
Texture sheet
Wire cutters
Jeweler’s file
Shape cutters, if desired
Paintbrush for miniatures
Crumpled aluminum foil, for texture, if desired
1/16 inch drill bit
Medium grit sandpaper
Pinch bail, or other bail
My tutorials are non-refundable items, so please ask any questions you have before buying. I will be happy to answer them.
This video tutorial is for your personal use only.
I make a living creating and selling tutorials, so please keep in mind that a lot of my time, energy, creativity and love went into developing and putting together this tutorial for you.
Please respect my rights as an author and do not share, resell or redistribute this tutorial in any way. Please do not teach the techniques in this tutorial to others, whether in person, online, at guilds, etc.

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