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How to Make Polymer Clay Cute Birds


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A simple Polymer Clay sculpting tutorial to learn How to make bird beads. These birds are adorable, they have simple lines yet detailed. Drill a hole and you'll get usable beads for your jewelry. A step by step instruction of how to make your own bird beads. DIGITAL DOWNLOAD. Clear photo and text instructions. TOOLS: Hand roller. Knife sculpting tool (If you don't have one with a pointed end, use a toothpick). Small cookie cutter. Any shape (optional). Pasta machine (optional). Small drill bit or a 16 gauge wire. MATERIALS: Polymer clay (in any color of your choice). Any brand though I prefer Kato and Cernit. Premo is another good brand to use. Acrylic paint (to add details - optional). LEVEL: BEGINNER, all ages. This tutorial is easy to follow with clear step by step photos with useful tips to make your crafty life easier. FILE SIZE: 1.1 MB NUMBER OF PAGES: 6 NUMBER OF STEPS: 14 steps with 14 photo illustrations. I hope my tutorials will help you to expand your skill, be more creative, and open new possibilities for your own designs. TERMS OF USE: ....................................... You may sell any jewelry/crafts you make out of this tutorial. It would be nice if you give credit to me and/or my tutorial if you make something out of it. -------------------------------------------------------- Copyrights (c)2014 KHARISMA SOMMERS All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of Kharisma Sommers of Popnicute. Purchasing of the tutorial / pattern does NOT transfer my copyright to you, nor does it grant you the permission to gift, share, exchange, teach, copy the whole or parts of it or distribute the file or any portion of the file content in any way - whether for pay or for free. Purchase of this tutorial indicates that you agree to abide by the above policy. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic understanding of conditioning Polymer clay is necessary.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Acrylic paint (to add details - optional).
  • Polymer clay (in any color of your choice). Any brand though I prefer Kato and Cernit. Premo is another good brand to use.
  • Small drill bit or a 16 gauge wire.

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Kharisma Ryantori Sommers is an award winning, self-taught metalsmith and artist with a BFA degree (Graphic Design) from the Petra Christian University of Surabaya, Indonesia. Kharisma brings an abundant array of eclectic and artistic approaches to her jewelry making practice. She has an eye for detail and prides herself on the originality of her designs. She always strives to give her best in every creation. Her jewelry photos and tutorials have been published by numerous American jewelry making magazines and her videos can be seen in youtube under the alias of Popnicute. Kharisma lives with her husband, Steven, in the middle of nowhere (Quincy, IL) with hopes that someday they will be able to move into a bigger city with less snow and preferably with a beach nearby. In her free time she loves capturing photos of flowers and tiny bugs with her Macro lens.