Saturday, April 27, 2013

Polymeri Online 27.4.13 | Watercolor meets polymer clay, Geometric buckles, Jewelry Making Daily free ebook, Frosting without calories and Glass eye tutorial

Flora and Fauna
Sarah-Lambert Cook is the creator of a jewelry series called "Flora and Fauna". Each piece in the "Flora & Fauna" collaboration collection is made using an original small watercolor painting by Sarah-Lambert Cook and a tiny clay sculpture by Laura Johnston of LeAnimalé. These produce a beautiful wearable design.
https://www.etsy.com/shop/SarahLambertCook




A tour on Pinterest led me to Arden Bardol Jewelry. According to her, she is mixing polymer with metal powders to produce unique colors and textures.
Arden Bardol polymer clay Buckles
Textures are rolled onto the polymer and an overlay/cut away process is used to add depth and pattern. She hand cuts and forms geometric shaped tiles that are layered and formed into small objects inspired at a literal level by nuts and bolts. Don't miss her buckles designs.
http://www.artturestudio.com/Art-ture_1/Welcome.html




Jewelry Making Daily is sharing a 15 Pages ebook with 5 polymer clay projects by Ilene Goldman, Patricia Kimle, Donna Kato, Louise Fischer Cozzi and Sarajane Helm. All you have to do it join!
http://www.jewelrymakingdaily.com/media/p/6588.aspx

how to polymer clay frosting
Talty posted an easy tutorial to create polymer clay frosting using LOTS of liquid polymer clay. She has these tiny jars where she keeps her chocolate, vanilla or other frostings.
Miniature food is so cute!
http://talty.deviantart.com/art/Polymer-Clay-Frosting-Tutorial-Video-367253676

how to glass eye for polymer clay projects
Have you seen Mandarin Duck (also called Aniko) Glass eye tutorial?
Aniko is the creator behind beautiful polymer clay journal covers. She is using glass eyes quite a lot in her designs and kindly shares with us how she does it. After watching the video is looks so easy :)
http://www.amandarinduck.com/2012/11/glass-eyes-tutorial.html

Hope you have a great weekend!