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Imaginative Polymer Clay Tutorials by KeepsakeCraftsCreate


Massachusetts based polymer clay artist, Sandy Huntress has an imaginative way with polymer clay. She is the creator behind KeepsakeCraftsCreate where she has both video and regular tutorials on how to make jewelry and home decor items.

Sandy said, "I've always known I wanted to be creative and kept finding myself in teaching roles. Once my children were grown and I had more time to focus on creativity I found myself happier not doing production work to sell, but creating complex sculptural pieces and passing the techniques along to others."


"Each project begins with a story or the bare bones of an idea. After creating the larger framework, the true story telling begins in adding textural details, and touches of whimsy and humor.

I love to create work that conveys a feeling of mystery and fantasy, enchantment and magic, that tells a story and brings a smile or a sense of joy and wonder to the viewers.

If students come away encouraged and inspired, then I consider myself successful."

Sandy comes up with some sculpted clay designs such as the lovely teardrop tile bracelet above or the clever peek-a-boo pendant ones below :


She creatively mixes canes, blends and veneers for unique designs such as this one below :




Her owl and fairy workshop video tutorials really show how polymer clay can be used delightful. artistic sculptures!




Polymer clay also lends itself well for many home decor items such as candle holders and boxes! Sandy is truly an inspirational instructor!



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3 comments:

  1. It was Sandy's bracelet that caught my eye when I first came across her work. You're right Pearl. Sandy is an amazing artist and teacher! It shows in her tutorials and all the way she uses polymer clay.

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  2. Polymer clay can look "play-doh-ish" to me sometimes.... not these! what beautiful work!

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  3. Polymer clay gives so many opportunities and Sandy seems to use them all! Amazing work!

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