Hello dear friends!
I’m very happy to receive feedback on my work and this is how I have a better understanding of what I do well and where I should improve. So, in time, feedback helped me understand that I should shorten my video tutorials (and I totally understand this, I also have a busy schedule and I love consuming interesting pieces of information in small chunks if possible). I also received beautiful comments that made me even happier to be doing what I do with all my heart.
So, a few days ago I received a comment from Erika, that made me realize that I had to take a decision about a short tutorial on which I tried the fast speed filming and it turned out to be a not so good idea:)
Anyway, due to Erika’s comment I realized that I could still revamp this tutorial and make it easy to understand, especially because this is a tutorial that I particularly like.
So here it is the new and improved version of the Faux Fabergé Egg Polymer Clay Tutorial.
Here’s the material list:
Polymer clay ( a small package) – I used Shiny Blue Cernit Polymer Clay + scrap clay to cover the egg
A craft egg
A Texture plate (a used Lisa Pavelka Paisley texture plate)
Mica powders (I used orange gold, Aztec gold and Blue Russet)
A rigid blade and a flexible blade
Cernit transparent Varnish
A Swarovski cabochon
Kato Liquid Polyclay
An acrylic roller
A craft knife
An oven and an oven thermometer (recommended)
As always I hope that you found inspiration for your work with polymer clay in this tutorial and that you’re having a wonderful creative time with your Easter inspired projects.
P.S. Enroll in the 11 Ways to Make and Use Molds with Polymer Clay and get inspired to make your own custom tools and to use molds as a creative starting point in your work!