Sometimes it’s fun to work on a piece of art without any preconceived notions, just playing with the materials you have on hand.
What comes out of that play might just surprise you!
In today’s video you’ll learn several techniques for designing with products you have on hand and tips for ways to tweak and improve your projects as you go.
Tools & Materials:
- Honey Comb Silicone Mold
- Acrylic Texture Roller (Spirals)
- Coral & Seaweed Fragments
- Mixed Heart Cutters (2)
- Freesia Polymer Clay Cutters Set
- Mini Pebble Cutters
- Bali Polymer Clay Cutter Set
- Polymer clay in Cowboy, White Translucent, 18K Gold
- Clay blade
- Craft knife
- Liquid clay
- Fimo liquid
- Enchanted Rose vine silkscreen by CreateAlong
- Gold metallic paint and squeegee for silkscreening
- Acrylic roller or pasta machine
- Alcohol ink, Piñata brand in Sunbright Yellow and Calabaza Orange
- Gilders Paste, Cream
- Acrylic block
- For strip cutter: two clay blades, six 2mm thick neodymium magnets
- Two pieces of driftwood approximately 2 inches and 3 inches long
- 20 gauge Vintage Bronze wire
- Three ceramic beads approximately 8mm
- One Step Looper
- Chain nose pliers
- Flat nose pliers
- Nylon jaw pliers
- 1/16 inch drill bit
- Drill bit for miniatures
- Wire bail
- Small screw eye
- Brown suede leather cord
- Cord ends
- Lobster clasp
- Jump rings and extender chain
- Learn how to make a coiled wire bail like the one I show in the video.
- Learn more about the One Step Looper tool
Enjoy the video and happy creating!
Watch the Driftwood Honey Necklace-Jewelry Design Tutorial video at YouTube.