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Combine Polymer Clay Canes and Bead Embroidery for this Stunning Peacock Feather Focal


Susan Bailey of TurtleSoupBeads is an amazing polymer clay artist and instructor. Her Etsy store helps fund her wonderful series of polymer clay tutorials on Youtube. 

This feature shows her combining two very different jewelry making tutorials to create a stunning peacock feather focal. 

First, she shows us how to make peacock feather polymer clay canes. You can naturally make them in any size you want. The tutorial also includes a quick look on how to make a skinner blend. 


She then demonstrates in this tutorial on how to bead embroider a rivoli center surrounded with peacock feather polymer clay cane pieces. The latter have pre-drilled holes which were created before the canes were baked.


Susan says :

Not all of my pieces are available for purchase but are shared for visual inspiration .My original designs are free to use in all your personal work for craft fairs and art shows however if you are to copy them for sale or reproduction in videos or on the internet you need my express written permission . If you post on facebook or instagram my designs or any other artist please give them credit so other people can learn and be inspired .

H/T to Aims of BigBlueBarnDesigns for this find. 

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3 comments:

  1. she is very talented and can make it look so easy! great inspiration!

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  2. Combining the two is a simply brilliant
    idea

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  3. This lady never stops, she is constantly coming up with new designs! And she is so inspiring!

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