Mixed-Media: How to Make Polymer Clay Beads by Ronna Sarvas Weltman (Video Download)

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Join artist and best-selling author Ronna Sarvas Weltman in exciting watch-and-learn lessons as she shows you step by step how to create fun and fabulous polymer clay beads.

Master polymer basics, such as proper conditioning, shaping, curing, and texturing. Boost your jewelry-making skills with a variety of fun techniques to make your own round beads, discs, and more!

Enhance your designs as you learn how to:

• Find perfect harmony between color and form.
• Shape easier with tips to keep clay from cracking.
• Create one-of-a-kind beads from fat and funky to thin and delicate.
• And more!

Shape your jewelry to fit your style—get started with these fun techniques today!

SKU: EP2445

Author/Speaker/Editor: Ronna Sarvas Weltman

Format: Standard Definition Video

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SOME TOOLS AND MATERIALS YOU’LL NEED: 

·         Polymer clay
·         Pasta machine (optional)
·         Acrylic roller
·         Tissue blade
·         Glass work surface
·         Acrylic paints
·         Texture materials, including stamps and pads
·         Carving tools
·         Latex gloves
·        Alcohol wipes

SKU: EP2445

Author/Speaker/Editor: Ronna Sarvas Weltman

Format: Standard Definition Video

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Customer Reviews

Good Video Review by John Ford

I found this video to be informative & learned a couple of new tips, such as cutting the clay while rolling the clay in a see-saw fashion. This video shows you techniques to allow the user to be creative in their own designs etc. I would like to see another video by Ronna to take this polymer clay to the next level.

(Posted on 12/4/2011)

(Posted on 12/4/2011)

Review by Sue Magnuson

This such an accessable video and teacher. She makes this material fully accessable and fun. Finished products actually look professional and make you proud to have made them. ... Which makes you want to make more!

(Posted on 12/28/2010)

(Posted on 12/28/2010)