Polymer Clay Spider-Man

An ode to your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man! Materials Required: Polymer clay in black, white, blue, red and other colours. Cutter Rolling pin wire¬†(I bought mine from a local hardware store) Long nose Pliers Glue Gun (for repairs) Step 1- Make an armature. This time I used a simple technique by cutting two pieces of wire... Continue Reading →

Millefiori Clay Coasters

Recently I tried millefiori clay cane technique. Just to keep it simple, I made coasters. But using some of the techniques shared in earlier posts, you can make jewellery too. Materials needed- Polymer clay in yellow, blue, green, red and other colours. Cutter Glaze (optional) Rolling pin Step 1- Roll out a piece of blue,... Continue Reading →

Polymer Clay Pendant

This week I made this polymer clay pendant. I was inspired by Learn Polymer Clay's scrap clay challenge to put my scrap clay to use too. The technique of this pendant was inspired by a youtube video by StudioSilverCreek. Check out her video here. I'll be honest, this technique works out for me only 70%... Continue Reading →

Tomboy

Dear rude classmate, I have been teased by you for looking like a boy more times than you would like to admit. Note that I use the word teased. I have been mistaken for being a boy, but being teased for being like one is different . As much as I try to not let... Continue Reading →

Polymer Clay Garden Gnome

Well, who doesn't like seeing gnomes peeping through foliage? These days the trend of fairy gardens has grown a lot. These gnomes can be used as part of your upcoming fairy garden. Materials needed- Polymer clay in black, white, blue, purple, skin tone and other colours. Cutter Glaze (optional) Needle Rolling pin Pink Eye shadow... Continue Reading →

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