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Polymer Clay Wreath with Flowers Earrings Tutorial

Polymer clay artists are very creative.  I thought Russian artist, Anna Potsar of Studio March Hare's polymer clay wreath with flowers earrings tutorial was a fun design.  Very different.   The design is airy with touches of color from the flowers and leaves.

Really worth a peak to see how she cleverly constructed the leaf cane and the graduated colors of the flowers all without wasting material.  I like how she used a bottle as a mandrel for the wreath part.

The tutorial is in Russian so the page needs to be translated. Computer users : Use the Chrome browser, right click anywhere on the page and select "translate to English". Mobile device users : Download the Chrome app, add the URL. The app asks if you wish to translate.

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  1. Those are sweet earrings! I'd wear them.

    For newbies to polymer clay the instructions can be a bit confusing. It's too bad they don't use similar words or phrases that are common in English for working with pc. Even the pictures can be a bit confusing.

    For her leaf cane she shows a pic of a large leaf and a small leaf. She's 'reduced the cane' by slowly making the large leaf smaller by pressing on each side slowly - compressing the larger cane without distorting it. There are plenty of videos on how to do that available online.

    For her beautiful little flowers she's obviously made a Skinner Blend to graduate the colours. Again - plenty of videos for that as well.

    The one word I really couldn't find a translation for was 'ostyvshimi '. From what I could see it might be something like a steel mandrel for shaping the wreath around. But then again - I'm not sure. I see she used a bottle.....

    Beautiful little earrings!!

    1. Thanks so much for taking the time to share your tips! Yes, the translation is never very good but your guess is a good one!

  2. It's amazing what you can make with polymer clay! Beautiful!


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