One of the great things about being a part of different art groups and participating in challenges is the amazing wealth of resources that are shared. This week I combined two great tutorials, Rugged Beauty Art Beads class with Marlene Brady from Polymer Clay Adventure Retreat and Polymer Clay Faux Patina Vintage Keys and Feathers Necklace by IlsyaContinue reading “Vintage Key Necklace”
Continuing to work with alcohol inks and one thing I have definitely learned is that I will need gloves and a clear work space. I am much too clumsy and had my hands dyed a lovely shade of blue this weekend. Thankfully I had plenty of Clorox wipes on hand and while they aren’t theContinue reading “Experimenting with alcohol ink”
I am seven months late, but I have accepted Kater’s Acres 2015 Polymer Clay Challenge. For the remainder of the year I will commit to creating a weekly project in which I learn a new technique and try new products. This week I used my 50% off coupon at Michael’s to buy some alcohol inksContinue reading “Challenge Accepted!”
Combining two of my favorite things by creating tangles with polymer clay. I turned one of the tiles into a pendant. I’m not sure yet what I will do with the other two.
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”
One of the things I love about the PCA Virtual Retreat is the monthly swaps. June’s swap was itty bitty flip flops! I’ve never made them before and it was a little bit of a challenge for me to get my flops consistently the same shape. However I had what Bob Ross calls a “happy accident”Continue reading “Flip Flops”