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How to Make Celtic Polymer Clay Jewelry Tutorial


Extruders are very useful for polymer clay. This tutorial by AlekSanta shows how you can use extrusions to form lovely Celtic knots. The clay emerges as round tubes which were then slightly flattened before by used to make the knots!

The tutorial also demonstrates how a simple toothbrush can create the stippling effect. The choice of color is reminiscent of copper patina.

The tutorial is not in English. So either use Google Translate or follow my favorite method.   For computer users, use the Chrome browser, right click on any white space and select translate to EnglishFor mobile device users, use the Chrome app (free) and agree to the translation when asked. 

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4 comments:

  1. The link to the tutorial is not working

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  2. The things you can do with extruders!

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  3. I agree with "aims" - although I wondered why if Aleksanta has an extruder, she used a round shape then flattened it. I have the same extruder and it comes with thin flat shapes. It would just saved another step. My right click button is not working on my mouse right now so I viewed the tutorial without the translation. Maybe there was a mention of this. The toothbrush technique was a nice addition to the texture. Love Celtic designs!

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