Results for: kwplmrclymedium

1194 Resource(s) Found
Page 1 of 60

Results Per Page 20 | 50 | 100

Amanda Senger

I've mostly done all of my jewelry making as a hobby and a way to relieve stress for myself....

Polymer Clay

A plastic sculpting material made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), used to create jewelry beads and components. Kato Polyclay® is a brand of polymer clay.
Inspired by the slow persistence of the turtle, this design was created by one of the many passionate artists who contributed to the 2010 Bead-It-Forward project.

Bake Kato Polyclay™, How-To

Baking polymer clay is one of the most important steps. Learn proper temperatures and techniques with these instructions.
This "Woodland Owl" polymer clay necklace is a hoot. View this contest piece up close to admire its intricate detailing.
These whimsical polymer clay earrings are darling and fun to wear. View this design titled, "Fly Amanita Mushrooms" for endless inspiration.
Inspired by the slow persistence of the turtle, this design was created by one of the many passionate artists who contributed to the 2010 Bead-It-Forward project.

The gin transfer method with Kato Polyclay™

Impress your favorite quote or message into metal clay to re-create your own version of this pendant.
Inspired by the slow persistence of the turtle, this design was created by one of the many passionate artists who contributed to the 2010 Bead-It-Forward project.
Karen Nelson packs this quaint design with plenty of color and pattern for big visual impact on a tiny bird-shaped body.
Who invaded who in this sci-fi inspired sculpture from Rachel G.?
Inspired by the slow persistence of the turtle, this design was created by one of the many passionate artists who contributed to the 2010 Bead-It-Forward project.
Let these serpent earrings slither their way into your wardrobe. View these stunning polymer clay creations up close for artistic inspiration.
Inspired by the slow persistence of the turtle, this design was created by one of the many passionate artists who contributed to the 2010 Bead-It-Forward project.
Atsumi's "Leap Before You Look" takes inspiration from Japanese folklore and W. H. Auden's similarly named poem to celebrate a sense of adventure and courage.
Inspired by the slow persistence of the turtle, this design was created by one of the many passionate artists who contributed to the 2010 Bead-It-Forward project.
Inspired by the slow persistence of the turtle, this design was created by one of the many passionate artists who contributed to the 2010 Bead-It-Forward project.

Get Cozy with Knit Polymer Clay

Take your polymer clay skills to cozy new levels with this knit trend. Learn how to incorporate knit clay techniques into your jewelry lines and more with this article.

Adding Color to Vitrium® Clay

Dot the clay with a colored marker or ballpoint pen.Note: Other ways to add color; use paints including oil, acrylic and watercolor.
1194 Resource(s) Found
Page 1 of 60

Results Per Page 20 | 50 | 100