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Innovative Polymer Clay Jewelry Tutorials by PolymerClayTutorials


Imagine my excitement when I stumbled about Maryland based, Eugena's polymer clay tutorials on - not surprisingly named, PolymerClayTutorials.  Her designs are innovative in their techniques. 

Some like her mixed media steampunk butterfly design above, incorporate metal charms and wire work and are finished with resin.  Others are sculptural challenges like her orchid flower and the sea urchin flower vase designs below. 



Her faux work is also commendable. These include the faux deep carved leaf pendant tutorials as well as the faux cloisonne and leather ones. 

My favorites are her voronoi diagram inspired open lattice work tutorials. These are for intermediate to advanced polymer clay artists.  Another standout is her tutorial for making your own Wonder Stamp. Outstanding work!


Faux cloisonne pendant tutorial 

Faux leather bracelet tutorial 

Open work polymer clay bangle

Open lattice work tutorial






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Original Post by THE BEADING GEM 

5 comments:

  1. i love the great variety of resources , techniques, artists and ideas you present on your blog! You've directed my research so many times. Thank you!

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  2. usually I skim polymer clay articles quickly, but the steampunk butterfly caught my full attention immediately! what unique work this artist does! I love the combination of mediums used, they create some gorgeous results. thanks for sharing!

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  3. Really impressive! What craftsmanship to recreate different media using just one!

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  4. Remarkable work. I have to break out my clay today! I agree with you, the lattice work is exceptional.

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