Tuesday, July 27, 2010
I Love working with wire. When Cindy Lietz was teaching this technic, I was thrilled. I do have the matching earrings, which I did not Photograph. This pendant looks to be very difficult to make but it really wasn't. If you would like to take a sneak peek at the into video or would like to learn how to make them, Click Here: Chandelier Earrings or Pendant
Thursday, July 22, 2010
This photo does this piece no justice. It is absolutly gorgeous in person. Matter of fact it is spoken for already.
as soon as I shown this piece to a client it was gone. I also used the resin on top. To learn more on how to make Click here Faux Jade or click here on How to apply UV Resin
Sunday, July 18, 2010
I made a key-chain out of this after seeing Cindy's. I went to the flea market in Ky. while visiting and picked up some key rings 10 for a $1. I got a new jeep and had to have a cute key-chain right :) So' I go to one of my business meetings and a lady next to me notices the beads. She said eew..... I like that, I pro...ceed to tell her that I make them. She told me that the colorful bead looks good enough to suck on *LOL* It looks just like a piece of candy she said. I thought I would fall out of the chair from laughing so much.
Saturday, July 17, 2010
Who doesn't like bangle bracelets. I love them.. What is nice about using polymer clay is that you can design the look you want. So, while I was working with the leopard pattern I thought 'how nice it would be to have some bracelets to match.
Since I used one of Cindy Lietz technics I want to share her link with you. Click Here: Pattern Background Sheets
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Everyone loves My Paddle Shaped Pendants. I came up with this design one day while making Lentle Beads. Each one of the designs on these pendants are unique and one of a kind. If you know anything about polymer clay and some of the technics behind it, you will notice that I have used the extruder floral cane, and rose cane on the first one. The second one I used slices of rose cane, and a center scrap cane on a blue. The third one I used a large slice of the morpho butterfly cane. And lastly I used the extruder flower canes. If you would like to learn any of the canes that I mentioned above please visit any one of Cindy Lietz Links listed here; LENTIL BEADS , EXTRUDER FLORAL CANE , MORPHO BUTTERFLY CANE .
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
I missed a step in Cindy Lietz video and spent a long time trying to clean my pasta machine (silly me) I won't forget the next time ;)
If you would like to learn this technic, Please visit Cindy Lietz Intro Video CRACKLE GOLD LEAF & ALCOHOL INKS
Here are a couple of the Dangle Bangles that I made. I used scrap clay from the mitered corner cane to make the beads. I just love the way the colors turned out. These are very easy to make and the best thing about them you can make them any size you want. If you would like to know more about this technic, Check out Cindy Lietz intro video by clicking here DANGLE BANGLE
Friday, July 2, 2010
Ok, I wanted to make this cane before I took my vacation. This is a beautiful cane. The butterfly wing. By looking at it you would think it would be a chalanging cane to make but it isn't with Cindy Lietz Tutorials. If you like this and would like to learn how to make it. CLICK HERE TO THE INTRO TUTORAL : BUTTERFLY WING CANE
I actually made these awhile back after seeing Cindy Lietz intro Tutorial. I absolutely love they way they turned out. If you like this pattern and would like to learn how to make them Check out Cindy Lietz Intro Video and Purchase the Tutorial:TORN CLAY WATERCOLOR