Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Polymeri Online 28.2.07

More from FLICKR fun -

Maria João Barba from Portugal

Helene Johansen from Sweeden -


ArtDePendente and her sweet sculpturing, from Portugal

Paula M from Spain

Roser Capdevila from Barcelona

and last - talented Cynthia Gordillo from Spain

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Polymeri Online 27.2.07

Linda from its jester clay started with polymer clay in 2001.

she says: ..."Just when you think you have tried it all you find there is something new to try and to learn. "...

In her site you can find masks, sculpturings, jersters, jewelry, prayers bottles and more.

Monday, February 26, 2007

Polymeri Online 26.2.07

More Fantasy and Sculpturing!

Orly Montac - an israeli student in ceramic design and glass, studying in Bezalel, Jerusalem started to make dolls 1 year ago, her designs are so unique and sweet!.

White Gothic Studios by Regina Edmonds
She started doll making in 1993 when she first saw a porcelain doll studio. Then one day in 1994, she came upon a book about doll making by Rotraut Strott, "Making Original and Portrait Dolls in Cernit", she attempted to sculpt a face. To her own amazement, she came pretty close and haven't stopped sculpting since. In her site your can find fairies, mermaids, dolls, angels and more!

Free project, tutorials for sale at:

Sunday, February 25, 2007

Polymeri Online 25.2.07

for over ten years jon anderson has been creating his amazing polymer clay animals sculptures, each design has it's own personality. He is sharing his work in selected museums, shops and galleries in north america.He makes wild life animals, and animals subject is very important to him.

Thursday, February 22, 2007

Polymeri Online 22.2.07

Kathi Gose from Dragonglass uploaded to her site 5 new tutorials especially for us projects lovers!
1. Baregllo Cane

2. Monster Cane Reduction

3. Brain Cane

4. Water Color/Torn Paper Bead Tutorial

5. Zuni Bear cane

Thank you Kathi!

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Polymeri Online 21.2.07

Marie Sel is a fimo artist, her creations are influenced by ethnic African figures, she makes jewelry, dolls (African and others) and mosaics (not sure if they are polymer clay)

heurebleue Blog features polymer clay creations: canes, products, and other things as well -

This a link to a cane (i think it's a dinosaur/dragon cane) - nice!

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Polymeri Online 20.2.07

tadworks / tomoko creates sweet colorful Po's & Taddie's - she turns them into lovely jewelry, necklaces, cards and more!

TADworks: home of Po & Taddie!

Another unique artist is Jennifer Morris from jennifer morris beads in ETSY - her inspiration is vintage art and she creates every bead one by one combined with crystals, gold leafs, carving, beads and other materials.

Monday, February 19, 2007

Polymeri Online 19.2.07

This link is great for color combination games, just click a color and see what match

Colins Polymer Clay Caricatures
Colin make flatties and combine it with photos and polymer clay, take a look at his tips
and some photos:

Zuda Gay Pease gallery - an album of polymer clay creations and some photos tutorials of Flower Vaneer Tutorial -
and how to make a night light -
Main album link:

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Polymeri Online 18.2.07

Vince Nitelites - Vince Budnick

Several years ago he was given a couple of blocks of Sculpey III by his mother along with Nan Roche's book "The New Clay".

He always loved light. That has manifested itself as an interest in photography, video, and electronics, and an ongoing progression of sculptures and lamps, so it was only natural for him to check out the light transmitting capabilities of his new medium.

It turns out that Sculpey III passes light nicely, and in the last 6.5 years he made about 50 lamps, Mostly for friends some sold to be given as gifts, and some sold to a craft store.

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Polymeri Online 15.2.07

Millefiori from Ceramic Clay -
Here are 2 japanese sites which show beautiful canes and vessels in that technique -

another site is -
Home page -
if you don't read japanese, just click the links :)

and the last site looks like millefiori but the artist - Thomas Hoadley creates porcelain vessels using the ancient technique of nerikomi, creating patterns with colored clay.


Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Polymeri Online 14.2.07

Some projects today!

Elaine Robitaille from tooaquarious provide us a nice tutorial on making these cute Flip-Flop beads -

And another Leaf cane you can add to your millefiori cane box -

A great idea for display -

And last one for today is a fake flower tutorial, the result is a colorful Honolulu style necklace -

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Polymeri Online 13.2.07

Julie Picarello - Yellow House Designs
Julie worked in the computer industry for 20 years, and after she was lucky enough to "retire" from my high tech job in 2005 she started her Yellow House Designs.

She always loved "crafts", and over the years she did glass blowing, glass fusing, lampwork beads, wire working, bookmaking, metal etching, silversmithing and more. She first learned about polymer clay in 2004 and found she was more passionate about this medium than any other.

Monday, February 12, 2007

Polymeri Online 12.2.07

Kimberly Arden is a self-taught artist, work with polymer clay for 15 years, a painting teacher and known for her 3D creations and her colorful jewlery.


Sunday, February 11, 2007

Polymeri Online 9.2.07

How would you like to eat your Egg today?

2 sites about eggs -

1st is annimae182 site, an album feature all kind of eggs - polymer clay and other, to be used as a jewelry, a box, a decor - interesting inspiration!

And another site - tutorial for covering an egg with millefiori slices -
notice that this site is being changes every now and then so if you need this tutorial - print it.

Thursday, February 8, 2007

Polymeri Online 8.2.07

Special Boxed, 3D photos and portraits are all the work of Marie M. Vlasicher creative pursuits include oils, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, pen & ink, murals, painted furniture, costume design, ceramics, jewelry and polymer clay works.

Nina Owens and her nice purse based on candy box - - everything for every holiday, sweet sculpturing -

Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Polymeri Online 7.2.07

Janet Farris
Janet started her PC work at 1982 and make jewlery, masks and more.

Karin & Bart Creaties from the netherlands use moslty FIMO to make their sculpturing -

Tuesday, February 6, 2007

Polymeri Online 6.2.07

AetheriaBlue - Echo Battye - Dragons (nice and not that nice :)

John Casey - brrrrrr....spiders....

Griselda Tello - Primitive & folk Art :

and if you want to make any of these why don't you go to Polymer Clay Central - PCC and do the face sculpting lesson?

Monday, February 5, 2007

Polymeri Online 5.2.07

New site to Sandra Mccaw

Some miniature food sites -
Tiny Happy Fun Company gallery

Dolls House Parade - tips on making miniature food

Pannikins - great miniature food tutorials

Sunday, February 4, 2007

Tips for kaleidoscope cane and Scrap

Tips for Scrap

** Make swirlies from the cane and translucent scrap. An excellent tutorial for this is from Barb Fajardo on

**Make small textures. Take a ball of clay, pinch one end and then go take an imprint from something… a grate, a shoe, a button, lace, a stamp Cook like normal and use to add detail texture.

**Make bead guides - roll a sheet at each setting on your pasta machine, use one small cutter to cut a piece out of each sheet. Roll the piece into a ball. Pierce and bake the balls. Make a note on each what thickness and cutter made it. String and keep as a reference.

**Make face cabs. Form a rough oval and use a tiny pinch for the nose. Indent for the eyes. Slice and shape for lips. Use a needle tool and a little alcohol to shape and smooth the tiny features. Bake and either paint, cover or mold your little face.

** Make tool handles - either from the fun scraps or the sludge and cover with cane slices, texture, powders or any other decoration. One idea is to cover the eye of a yarn needle to make your own needle tool. Another is to add clay along one edge of razors to form safe handles for your sharps.

kaleidoscope cane and Scrap

Polymeri Online 4.2.07

Bottles (and one millefiori cane)!

Friday, February 2, 2007

Polymeri Online 2.2.07

This is a great song By Dotty McMillan- i think we must memorize it as our national anthem :)

Thursday, February 1, 2007

Polymeri Online 1.2.07

Last batch of ETSY (for now)

sweet deserts by Michelle Knowlen

Maureen Thomas Designs - pens, jewlery and more

Chama Navarro from madrid and her miniatures

pOOm plastick - Earings you want to eat :)