New Polymer Clay Possibilities: Scraps, Slabs and Smears!
Join Australia’s own master polymer clay artist, Heidi Helyard,and learn how to create exciting and fresh graphic polymer clay jewelry using the popular slab construction.
” The beauty of polymer clay is that it presents me so much opportunity to explore endless colour combinations, patterns, and textures.” ~ Heidi Helyard.
Watch and learn as Heidi demonstrates how she applies various techniques using stamps and ink on polymer to create her patterns, Then watch close-up as Heidi reveals how she uses liquid polymer as a surface treatment along with mica powders to make a “polymer clay paint.” You will fall in love with her “paint smear” application!
PLUS, learn how to apply chalk pastel/mica powder using a silkscreen design.
Watch and learn all about Heidi’s signature style of dot making, texturing, and micro cutters.
Curing, finishing, and assembly will be covered as well as a bonus cane technique and how Heidi makes her POLYMER PAINT!
Included in your purchase is a PDF with notes and online resources. Please note: the PDF is not a stand-alone instructional booklet.
You can re-watch all your CRAFTCAST purchases as many times as you like.
- Slab vs. Veneer
- Stamps and Ink
- Adding Canes to Slabs
- Using chalk pastel/mica powder with a silkscreen
- Polymer clay ‘paint’ smears
- Micro cutters and Dotting tools
- Cutting out earrings and pendant
- Curing, finishing, and assembly
- Polymer clay (Premo or Souffle recommended)
- Stamps (hand-carved or purchased)
- Printing ink (Versafine Clair recommended)
- Liquid polymer clay (Sculpey brand recommended, you will need translucent, white, and black)
- Mica powder (Pearl Ex recommended)
- Basic Polymer Clay tools; work surface, rollers, and blade
Included with the video download, a PDF with notes and all the resources you need to get started.