Polymer Clay Bracelet Tutorial – Cinnamon Rolling
Learn how to use polymer clay to “roll” your jewellery designs!
Rolling polymer gives our designs a very special 3 dimensional effect achieved by the special characters of the material, the colors – solid or marbled, metallic or glittery, skinner blended or extruded.
Although not as stretch as ribbon or flexible as paper – polymer clay with it’s wonderful color palette, patterns and textures take these techniques into a whole different level.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a yummy and sweet cinnamon roll bracelet (0 Calories!) and integrate striped rolls in our design. The tutorial includes full instructions both PDF and video to create my popular stripes sheet.
In this project you can finally find a proper use to your “soft and fresh” polymer clay –
No dry/stiff clay for this tutorial! All your fresh packs of clay will be extra useful for these techniques.
Included – A 12 pages PDF file PLUS online access to password protected video demonstrating steps necessary to successfully create the project.
Video length – ~15 minutes.
Pre-requisites – Some previous experience with polymer clay is helpful.
Tutorial Level – Beginner and above.
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.
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.
If you wish to purchase this tutorial, please scroll up, press on “Add to Cart” Button and proceed to checkout.Please note – all rights reserved to Iris Mishly. 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.
Have a creative day! :)