Friday, 17 April 2015
Yea, I am a beginner when it comes to clay,So this is my very first serious attempt at FIMO/Polymer clay work. I thought I would make a fun yarn bowl for my self. I kind of changed my frame of mind half way through, as I realised that I prefer to use my hands rather than a rolling pin and other tools.... I think I fell in love with the character I can create using my hands and clay...
MATERIALS I USED
~ Oven/Preheated to 265 F
~ Steel Mixing Bowl
~ FIMO/Polymer clay
~ Acrylic Paint
~ Paint brush
~ Rolling Pin
~ Wax Paper
Today I felt like trying something different. I have little experience with polymer clay and would classify myself as a beginner.
My first advice is to start with a clean, dry surface and supplies. I layed out wax paper to help keep my table clean and the clay from sticking to the surface.
Sunday, 12 April 2015
Today Niftynnifer's Facebook business page had a fantastic link blast. To visit Niftynnifer's Business page just click >HERE<.
Here is a collection of all those fabulous links in one easy to find spot. This is a compilation of links from a collection of wonderful designers. Please contact the designers if you have any questions regarding their work.
Don't forget to click on thier names to like their Facebook pages so you don't miss any fabulous new designs.
Wednesday, 1 April 2015
Doll Size (for generic 18 inch dolls, like American Girl or similar).
Crochet thread ~Bernat Handicrafter. Size 5. (Lace 0)
in colour; 'Orchid' or 'Iris'.
3.75 mm hook.
2 Buttons. Approximately 1/2 inch in size.
Ea = Each.
Ch(s) = Chain(s).
Ss = Slip Stitch.