Polymer Clay Tutorial Faux Ceramic – Round About Beads, Ceramic Blossom & Let The Thousand Flowers Beads “Cosmic Ceramic” (eBook+Videos)

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Polymer Clay Tutorial Faux Ceramic – Round About Beads, Ceramic Blossom & Let The Thousand Flowers Beads

Discover new and exciting ways for achieving faux ceramic polymer clay look & style with the “Cosmic Ceramic” Tutorial!

Best sellerEarthen clay and ceramics were on my thoughts for a long time.
Excited by its color & richness, its mysterious glaze effects, attractive designs, specific attributes and adaptable uses, I definitely wanted to learn everything about it, but primarily, how to create the identical style with polymer clay.

The “Cosmic Ceramic” guide is focused on creating the most authentic faux ceramic designs with polymer clay.
Get ready and discover all there is to know on how to use polymer clay to imitate the unlimited faces of ceramic, pottery and stoneware – Nobody will believe it is polymer clay!

What will you learn in this “Cosmic Ceramic” tutorial?
► In the “Round About beads & Ceramic Blossom” projects we will create gorgeous faux ceramic beads in 2 different designs.
We will cover the best way to create a negative stamp image, learn how to choose the perfect stamp for each project and produce beautiful, almost real ceramic beads.

► In the “Let the Thousands Flowers Blossom” project we will use chalks and pastels in a different approach to create a fashionable imitation of a faux ceramic bead or pendant. Believe me, this is only the beginning! so much more to do with this technique!

Please make sure you check out all “Cosmic Ceramic” tutorials to inspire yourself with the endless possibilities hidden in these designs.

Included – A 31 pages PDF file & access to a detailed video demonstrating all steps necessary to successfully create the projects.

2 VIDEOS included
Video – Around about & ceramic blossom beads – 22 minutes
Video – Let the thousand flowers bloom beads – 9 minutes

When purchasing PolyPediaOnline Express tutorial you will get unlimited access to the tutorial video/s. There is no limitation on the number of times you can watch the videos, but you can not download it to your hard drive. These videos are password protected and passwords will be sent to you by email along with the PDF files after completing your purchase.

Pre-requisites – Some previous experience with polymer clay conditioning is helpful.

Tutorial Level – Beginners and above.

All projects includes my special benefit of 100% online support.
You can contact me with any question you have and I will assist you in any way I can.

** This tutorial is a part of a 18 “Cosmic Ceramic” projects series offered in a separate listing.
For the FULL series of all “Cosmic Ceramic” projects press here.

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Please note – all rights reserved to Iris Mishly & Hilla Bushari. It is prohibited to make commercial use of the tutorial and/or it’s content. This Tutorial is for your personal use only – Please do not distribute or share it in any way.

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  1. I always adored the ceramic beads but they were too heavy to use for jewelry, especially when you want a large sized necklace. This tutorial is the perfect solution to the heavy beads problem! Creating faux ceramic beads with polymer clay is so easy, such fun and you only need 30 minutes in the oven to finalize it :) Thank you ladies for doing this! The class is pure joy!
    Erica Blackbourn, Australia
    (27/02/2014 22:21:00)

  2. An amazing inspirational tutorial and I have made some lovely faux ceramic beads! Highly recommended and fun to create these little works of art. Its easy to read pdf, great photos, nicely detailed and great videos as well that really do help and set you off feeling confident to have a go.
    Dianne Cousins, April 26, 2014

  3. Fabulous. The best tutorial I’ve ever purchased online. Very simple and to the point. Photos are perfect. Thank you.
    Sherry Serafini, July 3rd 2014

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