I find it truly fascinating how you can turn polymer clay into wood, leather, cobblestones, cloth or even pebbles as these wonderful artisans did.
Coaster is 4" in diameter and uses the faux leather technique from Polymer Clay Web.
Stamp is Manuscript Background by Hero Arts.
See Angela's blog for instructions on making a rubber stamped polymer clay coaster
Angela made this pincushion by covering a recycled tin can base with polymer clay. The faux zebrawood was inspired by Carol Blackburn's wood lesson. The matching button was created using a button mold made from Amazing Mold Putty. She used cross stitch fabric for the cushion portion.
See her blog post for project instructions: blog.craftygoat.com/2008/05/polymer_clay_pincushion.html
by Tina Holden
Polymer Clay Bytes
She prefers creating pebbles with a range of colour like the ones she finds on the beaches where she lives.
This bracelet is for sale in her ArtFire shop.
Polymer Clay Faux Fabric Brooch
Betty Jo is a retired antique dealer.
She and her daughter, Heather have their shop on Etsy where they sell their beautifully unique jewelry.
All Heathers designs are original and each piece is one of a kind. She creates delightful Broken China Jewelry from damaged china pieces, bold Art De
co jewelry from vintage Bakelite buckles & buttons and beautiful dichroic glass jewelry.
Betty Jo's interests have always been knitting, crocheting and other forms of needlework. Then about 3 years ago she discovered polymer clay. Now both Heather and Betty Jo are hand crafting pieces from Polymer Clay. This is an exciting medium with endless possibilities.
Trina's Clay Creations