Polymer clay flower academy tutorial - how to create polymer clay flowers goblet
Polymer clay flower academy tutorial - how to create polymer clay flowers gobletPolymer clay flower academy tutorial - how to create polymer clay flowers gobletPolymer clay flower academy tutorial - how to create polymer clay flowers gobletPolymer clay flower academy tutorial - how to create polymer clay flowers gobletPolymer clay flower academy tutorial - how to create polymer clay flowers gobletPolymer clay flower academy tutorial - how to create polymer clay flowers goblet

Polymer Clay Flowers Tutorial – Goblet Flower “Flower Academy” (eBook+Video)

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Polymer Clay Flowers Tutorial – Goblet Flower “Flower Academy”

Learn the best ways to form polymer clay flowers on wine glasses to create “A Goblet fit for a King” with the “Flower Academy Tutorial”!
The polymer clay “Flower Academy” tutorials are a world of color, charm & feelings, delivering magnificent life like flowers, to be enjoyed by all flower lovers.

With the Flower Academy tutorial you will be able to own any kind of flower you choose, anytime you want it, in any tone, shade or color, dimension and variety, regardless of the time in year, temperature or supply in flower stores!

Whether you are a new student to polymer clay or an expert, you will find endless variations in this in-depth class.

What will you learn in this Flower Academy class?
► Let’s raise a toast with “A Goblet fit for a King”!
In the goblet project we intend to enhance an elegant wine glass to be used for your special occasions, perfect for Christmas time, wedding ceremonies or really romantic dinners! The project include specific techniques for covering wineglass with polymer clay, so that you can create a complete set of these exclusive and magnificent goblets!

Be sure you check out all Flower Academy tutorials to inspire yourself with the plenty of options hidden in these creations.

In the “Flower Academy” series you will learn –
► Find out how to create polymer clay flowers which can be sturdy, stay always fresh, bloom for a lifetime and have a very real looking life like appearance.
► You will study our exclusive, revolutionary, new secrets, created primarily for this class.
► You will certainly add new techniques extending your polymer clay design choices. These tips can be taken to one of your future polymer clay projects!
► You will learn to create paper thin, very light flowers, save your time and your money.

Included – A 10 pages PDF file & access to a detailed video demonstrating all steps necessary to successfully create the projects.

VIDEOS
Video length – 20 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 – Beginner 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 26 Flower Academy projects series offered in a separate listing.
For the FULL series of all “Flower Academy” projects press here.

If you wish to purchase this tutorial, please scroll up and press on “Add to Cart” Button and proceed to checkout.

Please note – all rights reserved to Iris Mishly & Sharon Peled. 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. Review  –:

    Dixie Ann Flower Academy Roses Flowers

    Hi Iris, I have just uploaded 12 bouquets from your Flower Academy Tutorials to Pinterest if you are interested in seeing them. Sure hope I get a passing grade. ;)
    ​I managed to get most of the flowers done. I still have the Hydrangea’s left to do and the Plumeria but have to get some other things done first…. :) I really enjoyed these tutorials. There are so many beautiful flowers maybe you could think about doing a Flower Academy II.
    Dixie Ann​
    25.03.2014

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