Make a Cute Fennec Fox

Today I’ve put together a beginner level tutorial for a fennec fox. I made him a little larger than previous figurines because I remembered that it sometimes is easier for beginners, especially young children to work with larger amounts of clay. Working in smaller detail takes practice and I don’t want anyone to get frustratedContinue reading “Make a Cute Fennec Fox”

Top 5 Ways to Color Polymer Clay

Polymer clay comes in many different colors, however using different coloring techniques can enhance solid color clay and create interesting effects that will make your polymer clay project really stand out from the rest. I have created a video on my channel that demonstrates the top 5 ways to color polymer clay. If you areContinue reading “Top 5 Ways to Color Polymer Clay”

My Top 5 Texturing Tools

Today’s video discusses my favorite texturing tools and how they are utilized to create depth and texture in polymer clay. They include household items as well as tools that can be purchased online or at your local craft store. Aluminum foil A plastic knife Texture sheet Etch and pearl tool Feather wire texture tool TomorrowContinue reading “My Top 5 Texturing Tools”

New Alpaca Tutorial

I am uploading my latest beginner level polymer clay tutorial to the LiliPolyClay channel right now. The only tool you will need is a toothpick! And for materials just an ounce of solid color clay a pinch of a second color and a little bit of black for the eyes. In the video I shareContinue reading “New Alpaca Tutorial”

New Sloth Tutorial

I’ve added a new beginner polymer clay tutorial to my YouTube channel today. I try to make my videos short and easy to follow using minimal tools and clay. Especially during current conditions I know it’s difficult to acquire new art and crafting materials. Materials used to create this sloth: Sculpey Souffle Cowboy Sculpey SouffleContinue reading “New Sloth Tutorial”

Albert & Alberta Cake Topper

Completed the cake topper for my fiance’s 45th birthday party. Lesson’s I’ve learned from this experience is that if I’m using Sculpey III I need to use armature and wiring. Albert’s leg cracked and he drooped a little during the baking process. I think I’ll stick to Premo in the future, or mix my SculpeyContinue reading “Albert & Alberta Cake Topper”

For coffee lovers

The July challenge for my Art Abandonment group was to create something for a person who was shrinking. I could have cheated and used the little flip flops from the my previous swap, but that wouldn’t be challenging myself! So instead I thought a tiny coffee cup would be great to abandon at a coffeeContinue reading “For coffee lovers”