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  • Women gifts: Rings from polymer clay

    Clay, Jewelry making  |  0 Commentwomen gifts: rings from polymer clay

    Women gifts: Rings from polymer claytutorial Rose ring tutorial start with the basics - a green ball with a light green color of the center. poke a needle tip to create the effect of stamens we shall cut out of green (1 cm diameter), light green (1.2 cm diameter) and yellow (1.5 cm diameter) of sausages right lobe. pasted first base with green petals Smoothed slightly Then with green petals on the same principle Then the same thing with yellow petals ow make the petals of peach sausages,

  • Christmas craft ideas: santa cup for Christmas

    Christmas's day, Clay, Holiday & seasonal crafts  |  0 Commentchristmas craft ideas: santa cup for christmas

    Christmas craft ideas: santa cup for Christmas Polime clay Santa cup tutorial Cups of Santa Claus in Cold Porcelain To start is very important to clean the cup with an alcohol wipe to remove grease. Mass dyed skin color, form a sphere, flattened and tail (Poquita amount because if we put a lot of sliding mass and is not attached) paste on the cup. With mass white tinged beard do, from a field, double-headed refine turn up and flattened it.   Paste the beard on

  • Funny handmade jewelry: Earrings

    Beading and knotting, Clay, Jewelry making  |  0 Commentfunny handmade jewelry: earrings

    Earrings to be in good mood!! :)         Found on

  • Gift presents for kids: How to Make Play Dough tutorial

    Clay  |  0 Commentgift presents for kids: how to make play dough tutorial

    Gift presents for kids: How to Make Play Dough tutorial Rylan loves play dough.  He always has.  His love affair started early.  About 9 months old or so he could be found with a piece of pilfered play dough in his little mouth.  Luckily, now days he is happy to play with it, not eat it. I make all the play dough that The Smalls play with.  I have a strange aversion to the shop bought stuff.  I can’t stand the smell. 

  • Making polymer clay pendants

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      Polime clay: ice cream charms I realize the crafts I’ve most enjoyed making on this blog are ones inspired by my musings at hardware stores.  In hindsight, the four years I toiled running a hardware store customer service desk during my late teens have paid off in dividends in the form of knowledge of unlikely crafty materials.  I hope you enjoyed this week’s no-carve stamps made of caulking because I am not done with caulking yet! These teeny tiny ice cream charms

  • Crafty jewelry: Christmas earrings

    Clay, Jewelry making  |  0 Commentcrafty jewelry: christmas earrings

    Holiday Items   Here are some Halloween and Christmas items that I have for sale. I will continue to post more each day. Contact me if you are interested in any of these pieces. Source:http:// charmedjewelry-charmed.blogspot.com

  • Unique Crop jewelry: earrings with polime clay ideas

    Beading and knotting, Clay, Jewelry making  |  0 Commentunique crop jewelry: earrings with polime clay ideas

    Unique Crop jewelry: earrings with polime clay ideas Postage free   "Kuruza" 30.00 kn Free Postage     'Untruth' kn 30.00 Postage Free   "Patch" 25.00 kn Free Postage     "Carrot" 25.00 kn Free Postage    

  • Craft lessons: Polymer Clay Flower Tutorial

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    This tutorial is quick and rewarding.  I showed you these flowers in the previous post, where I used them as embellishments on a wall mounted key holder.  You can use them for anything.  They would look adorable on a headband or necklace.  I was amazed at how easy they are to make.  See for yourself. Supplies: Polymer clay in 2 colors plus scrap clay (to arrange the petals around) Pasta machine Petal or teardrop shaped cookie cutter Clay sculpting tools Clay blade armor all or other clay

  • Funny games for kids: Analog Angry Birds

    Clay, Making toys  |  1 Commentfunny games for kids: analog angry birds

    Funny games for kids: Analog Angry Birds  Imitation is the greatest form of flattery,  right? Early one recent Saturday Morning, I  came across this from the Brassy Apple, while sipping coffee. I jumped up, grabbed Big Bro's hand and a couple Subway Kids meal Bags, and headed down the street and into the field. I'm not exaggerating, I knew Big Brother was going to love every bit of it. We collected a few dozen rounded rocks in specific sizes. Smallest for Split

  • Crafty jewelry: Anthro Inspired Tea Rose Earrings with polime clay

    Beading and knotting, Clay, Jewelry making  |  0 Commentcrafty jewelry: anthro inspired tea rose earrings with polime clay

    The Inspiration: Tiny Tea Rose Posts, $24. Not really too expensive for Anthro, but fun to make! The Knock-Off: Not as delicate as Anthro's, but not too bad! These also look much nicer irl; I needa work on my photography ;) Crafty jewelry: Anthro Inspired Tea Rose Earrings with polime clay What You Need: * Coloured polymer clay (in green, white, pink & yellow/gold) * Earring post blanks * Aerosol glaze/varnish * Super glue * A clay cutting blade * An oven! What To Do: To make the right shade of pale yellow (or as

  • Crafty jewelry with polime clay: easy crafts for kids

    Clay, Jewelry making  |  0 Commentcrafty jewelry with polime clay: easy crafts for kids

    Inspired by the polymer clay friendship bracelets stocked in the shop we featured yesterday, I decided to tackle my own Sculpey beaded bracelets. I just can't get enough of this friendship bracelet craze. I even made one for Sunny. Crafty jewelry with polime clay: easy crafts for kids Materials: Polymer clay Dowel or skewer to use for punching hole in clay bead Baking sheet Thread Scissors Directions: 1. Start by making and baking a batch of polymer clay beads. It'll take you back to elementary school! Roll up a

  • Crafts for decor: clay table numbers and flags

    Clay, Home and garden  |  0 Commentcrafts for decor: clay table numbers and flags

    supplies: polymer clay clay softener drops (optional) cookie cutters + stamps knife + toothpicks wax paper + foil lollipop sticks rolling pin Work the clay in your hands until pliable. Mine was pretty stiff, so I used a few softening drops and kneaded in a plastic bag to make it easier to work with. Place a sheet of waxed paper down and put the slightly flattened clay on top. Top with another sheet of wax paper and using the rolling pin, roll out to about ¼” thickness. TABLE NUMBERS: Using a