There are so many cool surface effect techniques out there for polymer clay, and it’s fun to play and see what you can come up with.
But then, what do you do with all those lovely veneers you’ve created?
Today’s video is all about getting those technique sheets out of your stash and into a finished piece.
Whether you use mokume gane like I did, or something else, it’s sure to be satisfying.
Those who are my patrons, be sure to check out the additional Patreon-only video I made going into more detail on the sanding and construction of this bracelet.
Tools and Materials:
- Craft knife
- Clear quilting ruler 6 inch
- Clear quilting ruler 12 inch
- Armor All
- Toilet tissue tube
- Texturing sponge
- Liquid clay
- Memory wire cutters
- Piano wire, 18 gauge (found at stores that sell parts for model trains, etc.)
- Polymer clay texture plate (the one I used is no longer available, the link leads to similar items)
- Acrylic roller
- Clay blade
- 1/2 block polymer clay for alternate beads and backing
- 3mm copper beads
- elastic cord 0.8mm
- sanding pads (Cindy Leitz’s video shows how to make your own)
- denim cloth or buffing wheel
- Gilders Paste-Copper
Enjoy the video and happy creating!
Watch the Tiled Techniques Cuff Bracelet-Polymer Clay Jewelry Tutorial video at YouTube.