You may have noticed that I love sculpting in polymer clay. And by sculpting I don’t mean to sound pretentious or la-di-dah, or imply that it’s impossible for your average person to accomplish. I simply mean shaping the clay so it depicts what you envision.
One of my favorite visions is that of a meadow blooming full of flowers, so I’m going to try to recreate that on a small glass candle holder. Today’s video begins a series. In part one I will show you how easily you can make three different kinds of greenery. The first involves a simple cane, and the other two are about basic shaping.
Another thing that’s great about this project is that you can make the entire thing with just clay from your scrap bin!
Tools and Materials:
- polymer clay scraps in various shades of green, including Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay-Wasabi
- Acrylic Clay Roller
- Clay Blade
- needle tool
- single edge razor blade
- 1/8″ metal rod
Enjoy the video and happy creating.