Laying down alternating strips of surface effects to make a polymer clay veneer is a technique that is a lot of fun. As I mentioned in the video I spent a couple hours just doing the few cabochons that I showed on camera today.
I took a closer look at them all after making the video and decided that I want to do even more experimenting and maybe make a few in a variety of shapes that will go together in a cluster to make a large statement pendant.
If you don’t have a stash of polymer clay technique sheets, now is a good time to pick a few that you’ve been wanting to try! Play and experiment and then put them together to see what combinations you like.
A few possibilities to try would be:
Of course, there are lots, lots more.
A quick YouTube search for “polymer clay surface technique” will keep you busy for days, if not weeks and months!
Tools and Materials:
Enjoy the video and happy creating!
Watch the How to Make Polymer Clay Cabochons with Crackle & Surface Effect Veneers video at YouTube.