faux lampwork

This week instead of making an entire jewelry project, I’m going to show you how to make your own beads. These are faux lampwork and made with polymer clay and liquid clay.

It’s a fun technique to experiment and practice with. I still have ideas for how to get even more of a glassy shine. Will get back to you when I’ve done some more playing!

Here are the supplies used to make these beads:

Happy creating!

You can watch the Faux Lampwork Polymer Clay Tutorial video over at YouTube.

A Giveaway!

The Knight’s Treasure very kindly sent me two of their Pandora style bracelets, complete with three lampwork glass and sterling silver charms each. One for me and one to give away to a lucky YouTube viewer. To enter to win just fill out the Rafflecopter area below.

The giveaway closes at midnight, Wednesday, November 25th. I’ll announce the winners sometime over the Thanksgiving weekend, so be sure to check back to see if you won!

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26 thoughts on “Faux Lampwork Beads-Polymer Clay Tutorial +Giveaway!

  1. Thank you for this great idea for creating our own beads! And thank you for the opportunity to win this lovely bracelet. I have the Hallmark one I could mux and match with! 🙂

  2. Thankyou very much for all your wonderful tutorials. I am learning so much. My favorite so far is any Spiral bead design. Happy Thanksgiving!!

  3. Hi Sandy 😉 Such cute lampwork beads you made in your tutorial! My most favorite style of bracelets are~ BANGLES!! Happy Thanksgiving, Sandy!

  4. I love these and so easy to make. I love many types of bracelets and my favorite is any kind with pearls! Thanks for a chance to win!

  5. Hi Sandy, I really enjoy your channel!!! I look forward to your Friday Findings videos. I am a newbie at jewelry making but have learned so much from all your tutorials. The way you show the steps and explain work well for me and your voice is so relaxing. Thank you. P.S. Now I have to go to the craft store to buy the clay and other supplies to start making my own custom beads, it looks like alot of fun : )

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