This is a fun and easy polymer clay tutorial where I will show you how to make a texture stamp and then use it to make these cute designs on polymer. You will be using up some of your scrap clay, or maybe all of it when you see how much fun it can be to make your own stamps and plates!
You will need these tools: A pasta machine, acrylic roller, scrap paper, cornstarch, razor blade. Some optional items to consider would be two part silicone molding compound. There are 17 photos included in the pdf file.
Hi, my name is Christi and I am a self taught polymer artist - When I first saw a polymer clay demonstration on the Carol Duvall show on HGTV, I decided to try it - I was hooked. I have many books ...
Hi, my name is Christi and I am a self taught polymer artist - When I first saw a polymer clay demonstration on the Carol Duvall show on HGTV, I decided to try it - I was hooked. I have many books and am always interested in trying new things with the clay. I have been active with polymer clay since 2004. I have written for Polymer Cafe magazine (August 2009) and have several tutorials available on my site. My work has been featured in Polymer Cafe magazine and in the book "Polymer Artists Showcase", by Tejae Floyde.
I have many new seed bead designs on my site. I fell in love with bead weaving in 2012. I create my own designs for bracelets and earrings to add to my inventory. I have recently completed my first beading tutorial called "Flat Cellini Spiral Bracelet".
All of my designs are handmade by me in my home studio. I use a mix of clay brands, including Premo, Fimo and Kato. Kato liquid polymer clay is my favorite sealer for finishing almost all of my pieces, including beads and crochet hooks. I have recently added ice cream scoops to my Etsy shop. I have a bead supply shop on Etsy, too!